stop calling getsockname if accept returns a bad address
r1eo| can anyone explain: 1) why connection_handle_listener_read() goes far if getsockname() failed and do not return after such. 2) why getsockname() called at all, what purpose for retrieve local addr and put it as remote? at least fail of check_sockaddr() can be triggered remotely in theory. r1eo| http://archives.seul.org/or/cvs/Apr-2005/msg00100.html it's introduced getsockname(). but I have the same questions still. And one: if accept() failed to return correct peer-address, then getpeername() failing too? http://archives.neohapsis.com/archives/bind/2001/0025.html http://email@example.com/msg00901.html funny, but such accepted conn with zero addr is broken anyway. so if tor filled it with self addr bug him. wonder if it exploitable for spoofing log at least. r1eo| someone nmap'ed moria in 2005. r1eo| just for clear: nothing stops sending created cell and other for today even if addr faked. r1eo| http://archives.seul.org/or/cvs/Apr-2005/msg00100.html "This just happened on moria2" r1eo| http://paste.debian.net/58458/plain/58458 prevent fooling themself. socket returned by accept() with zero addr, as result of scan and timing issues in some kernels. such conn is broken.
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