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RE: Permit root login for telnet..



>>Actually, I don't undestand your point of view, I wonder why are you in favor

Honestly, I didn't see much traffic on this list, also it is Firday .so tried to open can of worms as I do it on the other lists to get the list going. Now I know there are people here who can respond. 

It's all good. Happy margarita Friday!!

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From: redhat-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Manuel Arostegui Ramirez
Sent: Friday, August 25, 2006 10:00 AM
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Subject: Re: Permit root login for telnet..

El Viernes, 25 de Agosto de 2006 15:24, Shekhar Dhotre escribió:
> Again that's all good . But, can you tell me how to see password of
> other sysadmin if he is accessing system via telnet?
>

IMHO the current scenery we're talking about is a server which will recieved 
connections using telnet service. If someone is doing a man in the middle 
attack or just listen with a tcpdumd, all text passwords will be captured. As 
far as I know, iptraf could do the trick.

How many sysadmin are working on their machines as a local users? Majority of 
them are with more workers on the same subnet, so everybody is able to catch 
passwords.

Actually, I don't undestand your point of view, I wonder why are you in favor 
of telnet instead ssh.

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