> >Easy on UNIX. There's only two places where services can be set up on UNIX.
> > /etc/rc*
> > /etc/inetd.conf
> How about /var/spool/cron/crontabs ?
a) I have never seen a *service* started up from crontabs or atjobs.
b) No UNIX system is shipped with a server starting from there.
c) In setting up a firewall, I can't see any way you'd be setting
a service up to run from crontab.
d) And if you did, *you* did it, not the vendor. Presumably when
you're setting up a firewall you know what you're doing.
e) If you don't know what you're doing, hire someone who does
before you play this game.
> Or, if you let users login or rsh to a Unix system then Joe Random User can
> start up their own services on your host at ports above 1024, ala :
On a firewall?????