From: klavs klavsen (kl_at_vsen.dk)
Date: Mon 11 Feb 2002 - 10:16:00 GMT
On Sun, 2002-02-10 at 18:35, Martin Josefsson wrote:
> > My question is, if anyone know or have tried wether or not the chroot
> > functionality of vserver can be broken like this? or does the kernel
> > changes help ensure, this never happens?
> > This just to know how well I should sleep at night, with vserver
> > installed :-)
> The new stuff in the ctx-7 patch fixes all chroot breakouts that I know
> of. the way described in
> http://www.bpfh.net/simes/computing/chroot-break.html is plugged.
ctx-7? isn't the latest release ctx-6? you mean that it will be fixed
once ctx-7 hits the street?
> What I'm talking about is breaking out of a vserver, that should be fixed
> in ctx-7. But if you have a new chroot in a vserver that chroot could be
> broken out of but the attacker would still not be able to get out of the
ok. Thanks. looking forward to getting a secure vserver.
> Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down to their level, then beat you with experience.
I love that quote :-)
-- Regards, Klavs Klavsen
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