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systemd-named-lamest-at-security-awards

PostPosted: 2017-07-30 01:01
by Pick2
https://linux.slashdot.org/story/17/07/ ... ity-awards

Quote from article : " ...the lamest vendor response award went to Systemd supremo Lennart Poettering for his controversial, and perhaps questionable, handling of the following bugs in everyone's favorite init replacement: 5998, 6225, 6214, 5144, and 6237... "

:lol:

Re: systemd-named-lamest-at-security-awards

PostPosted: 2017-07-30 05:19
by dasein
:lol:

They're gonna need to retire that category

:lol:

Re: systemd-named-lamest-at-security-awards

PostPosted: 2017-07-30 14:09
by Wheelerof4te
LOL the comment section is on fire and funny as hell.

EDIT: Systemd is working as intended :mrgreen:

Re: systemd-named-lamest-at-security-awards

PostPosted: 2017-07-30 15:04
by ruffwoof
To exploit the issue, an attacker would have to convince an administrator – someone who already has root access – to install...

Re: systemd-named-lamest-at-security-awards

PostPosted: 2017-07-30 18:00
by dasein
Wow. Bikeshed into totally tangential irrelevancy within three replies.

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Re: systemd-named-lamest-at-security-awards

PostPosted: 2017-07-30 18:01
by dasein
Wheelerof4te wrote:LOL the comment section is on fire and funny as hell.

Very first comment almost made me schnertz. :lol:

Re: systemd-named-lamest-at-security-awards

PostPosted: 2017-07-30 23:31
by VentGrey
Back in the days when Mono was considered a submarine way to give Microsoft control over Linux, there was such universal hate then.

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This one truly got me :lol:

Maybe systemd needs more security-caring contributors (or someone that tells Pottering to be a little less "stubborn") :mrgreen: