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solaris zones
« on: Aug 24th, 2009, 6:51pm »
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I have a server with solaris 10 with trusted extensions.  The zones are secret, global, unclassified , and so on.  
I am using 1745 as a MLP (multi-level port). The listener is on a different port.  
How can I spoof the database that is in one zone and connect from another?
Is there are docs out there dealing with zones and oracle?
I guess what I am asking is what are the security holes here?
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