hfaxd in HylaFAX before 4.2.1, when installed with a "weak"
hosts.hfaxd file, allows remote attackers to authenticate and bypass
intended access restrictions via a crafted (1) username or (2)
hostname that satisfies a regular expression that is matched against a
hosts.hfaxd entry without a password.
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