On Tue, 17 Oct 2006, Ewan Oughton wrote:
> Or just make sure your X server is listening on the lo interface only...
>> Default in most distros I have come accross
I haven't tested it but:
"This bug can be exploited both locally or remotely (via a remote X client
or an X client which visits a malicious web page). "
suggests that an attacker need not connect to the X server, they can
apparently build a nasty webpage and convince the user to go to that.
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