Letter Header!!!

Letter Header!!!

Post by Davi » Sat, 13 Mar 1999 04:00:00



I wonder if there is a way we can hide the original host from our

in the header letter below.
Thanks for any help.
David.
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Letter Header!!!

Post by Seth Van Oor » Sun, 14 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Yes. Why?

Seth


> I wonder if there is a way we can hide the original host from our

> in the header letter below.
> Thanks for any help.
> David.
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Letter Header!!!

Post by Seth Van Oor » Sun, 14 Mar 1999 04:00:00


The smtp command is

FORGEFROMHOST <forged hostname>

the mail server will then send a challenge using KERBEROS to verify that
you are, indeed, forging your hostname. If you are not forging your
hostname, the server will close the connection. Most servers will log
this activity as a security hazard, so don't give it your real hostname.
This is only true for servers that don't have data striped disks. If
they do have data striped disks, then you must issue the command

FORGEFROMHOST <forged hostname> 0xdf

The server will then send a username from its /etc/passwd file along
with the unencrypted password. You must reencrypt this password for
extra security and reissue it back to the server. If the RST flag in the
tcp packet from the server is set, than this must be done quickly.

Seth


> I wonder if there is a way we can hide the original host from our

> in the header letter below.
> Thanks for any help.
> David.
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1. Headers, Headers, whos got the Headers

:   - Does anybody have any idea how the headers are supposed to be arranged
:     and what their contents should be?
:
:   - Which ones go where, which versions should be used, which ones shouldn't
:     be used, where can they be found?
:
:   - Should the headers included with the GNU 2.2.2 release in
:     0.96cpl2inc.tar.Z be used as well as those included with the 0.97
:     kernel? (I wasn't using them)
:
: Any help that anybody could give would be appreciated.  And "No!" I don't plan
: on quitting my day job. :)

I think H.J. and Linus finally have the header problem solved.  Get
2.2.2d when it's released tomorrow and install it with the 0.97pl1
kernel source.  After that, everything should work fine (at least it
does on my system).

David
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