[Full-disclosure] OSXvnc weakness
ad at class101.org
Wed Jun 22 15:19:15 BST 2005
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It's not about a bug, and try UltraVNC, TightVNC etc , there is
securer ways of to use a null password, so stfu please or look at
nick johnson a écrit :
> I belive we've already had this discussion, some people _want_ null
> passwords. This is not a bug.
> On 6/22/05, class <ad at class101.org> wrote:
> OSXvnc for MACOSX allows you to setup a VNC server, the problem is
> the same as RealVNC, you can setup a null password without any
> warning; you can remotely scan wich OS is running this vnc and if
> yes/no password setup.
> I haven't pubbed my personal scanner about this weakness, but it
> has been tested severely working.
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