innd DOS attack reported
kondou at nec.co.jp
Wed Jul 26 10:48:40 UTC 2000
In article <20000725085810.E2485BB1C at rover.gag.com>,
bdale at gag.com (Bdale Garbee) wrote;
} A Debian GNU/Linux user has pointed out that innd can be made to consume lots
} of RAM by opening a connection to it and feeding it lots of bytes without any
} commands. Testing for and handling this case explicitly might be worthwhile?
Hm, innd seems to grow space for fetching nntp command.
I'll try to fix.
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