[BlueOnyx:01746] Re: Blueonyx Digest, Vol 7, Issue 34

Richard C. Barker rc at probass.com
Thu Jul 16 10:04:50 PET 2009


I had that issue once before, what I found was the user of squirrel had 
to go to the options
and set a reply of their ID and domain email (me at mydomain.com) and the 
issue went away.

Worked for me.

RC

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> Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 12:34:07 +0200
> From: Michael Stauber <mstauber at blueonyx.it>
> Subject: [BlueOnyx:01737] Re: Sendmail attack,	again (ideas for a more
> 	permanent solution)
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> Hi David,
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>   
>> Another thought is to "freeze" the program environment.  In the windows and
>> SUSE world there is a product called Deep Freeze which does this.  Since
>> most of the "data" is organized in the home directory and un-executable is
>> it possible to freeze the environment until changes are needed, unfreeze it
>> for the changes and then refreeze it.
>>     
>
> Yeah, the concept of Deep Freeze looks interesting, although the products 
> webpage doesn't offer much info about its technical aspects, if it will work 
> on CentOS and which tweaks are required to get it installed. But as it's a 
> commercial product it's nothing that we can include in BlueOnyx
>
>   

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