>> 2004-6-23 10:47 m0n0wall.mycom.com Info Jun 23 10:39:05 /kernel: pid
>> 83 (mini_httpd), uid 0: exited on signal 11
> That would certainly explain the loss of HTTP service. :-)
> Time to come up with a way to enable core dumps?
Watching this thread go by, I have been wondering -
what if there was a back door? Of course, it needs
to be disabled by default....and not a wide-open back door...
I have interfaces at work that use various kinds of public key
encryption. Would it be both possible and worth
the effort to allow a developer to drop in some DSA public key,
and he would then be able to do something (restart httpd?
The above is relevant to people who anticpate m0n0-pole
(putting a m0n0wall on top of a flagpole or radio tower).
Finding the bug, of course, is the preferred approach.