Announce: MailScanner-MRTG version 0.07 released
david at PLATFORMHOSTING.COM
Wed Jan 28 22:28:00 GMT 2004
Even though this does work and is a read only , it doesn't provide any
access control, which could leave users vulnerable to any possible exploits
which may arise in net-snmp. Perhaps adding an acl to only allow access to
127.0.0.1 would be smart?
1300 85 HOST
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Of Kevin Spicer
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Subject: Re: Announce: MailScanner-MRTG version 0.07 released
On Wed, 2004-01-28 at 20:09, Mike Wallis wrote:
> Yep, that seems to have done it... since I wasn't using snmp before,
> that's an acceptable solution for me.
Great, thanks for testing Mike. I'm going to do some docs on snmp, as
it seems to be causing some confusion, and I will include a sample
minimum config based on that.
Kevin Spicer (kevin AT kevinspicer DOT co DOT uk)
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