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accepted Telnet does not give a response
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answered Telnet does not give a response
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comment Telnet does not give a response
@HopelessN00b I thought so that was coming ;) The problem is with the version of telnet on the QNAP, not with the exploit which has actually nothing to do with it, since it works with other telnet clients. It is just an open port. The connection is of course only accessible within our local network, which has a firewall to the outside. And I can restrict connection to that port to certain ip addresses, so don't worry about that. Port 23 is not open, so no connection is possible.
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revised iptables doesn't log anything
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comment iptables doesn't log anything
rsyslogd 4.2.0-2ubuntu8, Ubuntu 10.04 2.6.18-028stab089.1. /var/log/kern.log shows kernel: imklog: Cannot read proc file system, 1.
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comment iptables doesn't log anything
The iptables config works, just the logging doesn't, so I don't really need another third-party package. Root login is disabled and key authentication is required of course ;)
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comment iptables doesn't log anything
Nope, nothing. All messages do show up in $ dmesg though
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comment iptables doesn't log anything
I tried that already, but by default it should write to /var/log/messages (without the kern.=debug). Doesn't work unfortunately..
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accepted Can't find binary, but path included in $PATH
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comment Can't find binary, but path included in $PATH
Thanks!! So simple, but takes hours to discover if you stay in the same shell.
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