Absolutely, but my guess, from the way it was sloppily done, is that
they were compromising so many systems that they couldn't care less.
On Wed, Aug 04, 2004 at 07:12:27PM +0100, FRLinux wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 15:09:15 +0100, Eoin Ryan <eoin.ryan at ul.ie> wrote:
> > wget http://ftp.esat.net/pub/linux/debian-cd/3.0_r2/source/debian-update-3.0r2.01-src.iso.tmp> > I didn't actually see anything in the logs that the hacker might have
> > been doing with this file, but at the moment it is still available on
> > esat.net.
>> Isn't it common procedure to actually properly patch the box so that
> no other cracker can enter ?
> "Step by step, penguins are taking my sanity apart ..."
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