From: Michael Hilscher (mail_at_msh-webservice.de)
Date: Sun 08 Feb 2004 - 23:27:25 GMT
i tried to upgrade my vserver installation from an 'ancient' 2.4.20 ctx
16 up to
2.4.24, 1.26, 0.28 (Tested with Debian Woody and SuSE 8.1).
On my Testserver I found out, that the root-exploit is still working -
aswell on updated old system (synced of productive server) and clean
(means fresh installed) suse 8.1 system! Is there an special patch i
need for vs1.26?
I found also that the vserver build script of 0.28 problems with debian:
Everytime i try to start sshd i get the error: sshdPRNG is not seeded.
BTW: is ctx16 vulnerable by any vserver root-exploit? Actually, I'm
quite happy with my expensive patched 2.4.20 - so i would prefer to
patch ctx16 if possible. Maybe there is another workaround: Did anybody
tried to secure vserver via systrace alredy? I think I'm going to test
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