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From: nd at perlig.de (André Malo)
Subject: Re: local buffer overflow in htpasswd for apache 1.3.31 not fixed
 in .33?

* Larry Cashdollar <lwc@...id.ath.cx> wrote:

> Read the first post by Luiz.   This is only applicable if your running
> apache chrooted and htpasswd is part of that chrooted environment.

(1) I've read his post, I answered and my answer never appeared on FD.
(2) It's just FUD. Show me a concrete scenario, where a non-setuid htpasswd
breaks out of a correctly chrooted environment.

nd
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