SLMail 3.1 and 3.2 allows local users to access any file in the NTFS
file system when the Remote Administration Service (RAS) is enabled by
setting a user's Finger File to point to the target file, then running
finger on the user.
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NTBUGTRAQ:199902225 ALERT: SLMail 3.2 (and 3.1) with the Remote Administration Service
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