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Am Sonntag, 12. Februar 2006 13:50 schrieben Sie:
> On Sunday 12 February 2006 07:38, Christian Mueller wrote:
> > These programs cannot screw with my *local* activities if X11=20
> > forwarding is off.=20

>=20
> Sorry, you are wrong about that if you are referring to the exploit progr=

ams
> I have been mentioning.=20



What exploit programs did you mention? I'm talking about the=20
articles you linked to:

05-Jul-2004: SSH Users beware: The hazards of X11 forwarding
Logging into another machine can compromise your desktop...

08-Jun-2004: The ease of (ab)using X11, Part 2
Abusing X11 for fun and passwords.

13-May-2004: The ease of (ab)using X11, Part 1
X11 is the protocol that underlies your graphical desktop environment,=20
and you need to be aware of its security model.
=20


If there is a real working exploit then everything is lost already.=20
The articles you linked to are not exploits.=20



Christian.

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