Is it possible to install and use two different glibc versions on the same machine. Where one version is only used to run legacy software, which relies on old glibc binaries?
I have a machine with both glibc i686 and x86_64, and a very annoying problem with glibc.
On 32-bit Linux systems, invoking this
I administer a Gentoo Hardened box that uses file capabilities to eliminate most of the need for setuid-root binaries (e.g.
/bin/ping has CAP_NET_RAW, etc).
I installed Mathematica 9 on an old Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 4 system.
After the installation, I tried to start Mathematica, but following message came out:
Does the Ghost Vulnerability require access (as in being a logged in user) to the effected OS in question? Can someone clarify the ‘remote attacker that is able to make an application call’? I only seem to find tests to run on the local system directly but not from a remote host.