[RADIATOR] Ubuntu 16.04 Radiator build

Hugh Irvine hugh at open.com.au
Fri May 10 01:29:28 UTC 2019

Hello Gabe -

If I were you I would simply load Digest::MD4 from CPAN.

However, this is a global parameter that belongs in the top level of the Radiator configuration file.



> On 10 May 2019, at 10:36, Gabe Carmichael <Gabe at lksd.org> wrote:
> Good afternoon,
> I am building a new radiator instance on Ubuntu 16.04 to replace my aging 12.04 nad 14.04 instances. I have come across something I have not seen before:  
> administrator at bet-vm-COS:/var/log/radiator$ sudo cat radiator.log 
> 00000000 Thu May  9 16:25:50 2019 566939: INFO: Using Net::SSLeay 1.72 with SSL/TLS library version 0x1000207f (OpenSSL 1.0.2g  1 Mar 2016)
> 00000000 Thu May  9 16:25:50 2019 567200: WARNING: Startup check could not load Digest::MD4. See Radiator reference manual for DisabledRuntimeChecks parameter
> 00000000 Thu May  9 16:25:50 2019 567751: NOTICE: Server started: Radiator 4.23 on bet-vm-COS
> 200adb80 Thu May  9 16:28:56 2019 166103: INFO: Access rejected for gabe: Handled and rejected by default-handler
> administrator at bet-vm-COS:/var/log/radiator$
>  I found the DisabledRuntimeChecks section in the ref.pdf, but since I have not seen this in any of my other instances, does this go to the config file in /etc/radiator, or somewhere else?
> # Our OpenSSL is patched but still reports vulnerable version 
> DisabledRuntimeChecks CVE-2014-0160
> Have not had to build an auth box in a long time and we do all of our auth by sql, so I will never be doing any of the mschap or varients.  Any help would be very much appreciated.
> -- 
> Gabe Carmichael
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> Lower Kuskokwim School District
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Hugh Irvine
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