from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An Internet communications protocol that enables a computer to function as a terminal working from a remote computer.
- n. A program that implements this protocol.
- intransitive v. To access an account over the Internet using the Telnet protocol: telnetted from her work computer to her university account.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A network protocol that enables one computer to communicate with another via the Internet; the program that acts as the client in this situation
- v. To use such a program to make such a connection
The hacker clan that discovered a vulnerability in telnet on BSD and created an exploit to demonstrate the extent of the bug are all hottenbothered because Bugtraq, a venerable security-alert mailinglist posted the exploit, despite a header that forbade such action.
What the commands do is to use an internet protocol called telnet to access a remote telnet site.
It's easy enough to add telnet, which is an optional feature of Windows Server
Older protocols for remote access such as telnet, send information such as telnet, send information such as usernames and password in clear text and may have other security loop holes
My configuration is almost the same as yours except: 1, (tramp-login-args (( "- telnet") ( "% h"))); 2, I didn't configure tramp-password-end-of-line. - lgfang
DOS or 4NT windows, but "telnet" exits immediately when invoked inside a "M-x shell" buffer …
Especially on UNIX and LINUX systems, there are command-line client programs for the ftp protocols, which, confusingly, are named "telnet" and "ftp" commands.
It supports a wide variety of communication protocols such as telnet, rlogin, serial port and modem.
It's OK for 'telnet' by this telnet smtp. mail.yahoo.com 25 220 smtp111. plus.mail.sp1.yahoo.com ESMTP quit
Devices that have some type of remote (WAN) administration enabled, such as telnet, SSH, or Web-based access-providing only local access is not vulnerable.
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