Re: Xauth, how to get rid of it?
That is right. According to the HOWTO I read a while ago, hackers can overflow the
buffers to lock the keyboard
and mouse. The standard way is to use the Xauthority to generate a cookie to the
But if on a private network, xhost + will just do. :)
> On 07-Apr-99 Shao Zhang wrote:
> > I may be missing something here. But is xhost + what you want??
> I believe that is one way to do it, but not the best way.
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