I had problems on site, I traced it to the inetd binary. I
examined the source in netkit-base-0.11+ and
found an undocumented field in the configuration scan of
/etc/inetd.conf which if empty binds INADDR_ANY as the
address of the directed service.
gosh, I guess that means that if tftp is enabled for any
address on a machine, then it is enable to all aliased
address on a machine.
Is this just an undocumented feature?
char rcsid =
"$Id: inetd.c,v 1.19 1997/09/23 09:16:40 dholland Exp
char pkg = "netkit-base-0.10";
bounded by comments /VIRTUAL HOSTING /
this represents a major security back door into every
RH machine, does it not?
This was the OpenBSD version of inetd that has been reverted