GMU Gets Badly Hacked.

GMU Gets Badly Hacked.

Post by Christopher Klau » Sat, 09 Aug 1997 04:00:00

Washington Post covers a story on GMU being hacked and many of the
files were deleted.

Hackers Breach GMU Computers,
                         Zap Students' Work

                         By Ann O'Hanlon
                         Washington Post Staff Writer
                         Friday, August 8, 1997; Page B01

                         Hackers have broken into computers at George Mason
                         University 12 times since February, and in the
most recent
                         incident, they deleted academic work for 400
computer and
                         engineering students, authorities said....


1. rpc.pwdauthd gets badly hung

Running the shadow scheme on SunOs 4.1.4

After doing a good job of verifying a couple user passwds,
rpc.pwdauthd gets hung so bad it can't be killed, no one else can log on,
and any
attempts to rlogin or telnet in result in these processes getting hung.

Doing a ps on pwdauthd gives  a
flag field F of 488000
and a WCHAN field of au_iocb

Any of you guys know what this wait state is?


Michael Martinez

2. Trouble to boot from floppies

3. IF statement getting "if:Badly formed number"

4. ns-httpd on solaris: "seminit failed (Permission denied)"

5. The VIVA filesystem

6. rpc.pwdauthd gets badly hung

7. Apache 1.3.1 and SSL

8. cmsg cancel <cb6ktg$>

9. cmsg cancel <cb93r5$>

10. Getting FPU status in SIGFPE handler -- must hack kernel?

11. Help - I'm getting hacked

12. Am I getting hacked?