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Howto fix LDAP Nullbind vulnerability (part II)

    I checked the documentation and added this lines to my slapd.conf file,
but the scanner reports the "LDAP NullBind" vulnerability yet...

defaultaccess none
access to dn="cn=root,c=VE"
by dn="" none

    now, I'm not sure, what is exactly a NullBind?
    How can I test manually this is present yet? I tried a search without -D
argument and it return empty when no -D argument is supplied and return
entries when it is present in the command line, but I don't know what is a

    In short the questiions are:
    1. What is a NullBind?
    2. What should I add to my slapd.conf file to fix it.
    3. How can I test this running an ldapsearch?

    Thanks for your help,

    PS: I'm using openldap 1.2.13

> For 1.2, I suggest you check out the U-Mich LDAP Guide
> <http://www.umich.edu/~dirsvcs/ldap/doc/guides/slapd/>,
> browse really old archives of this list, and ACL
> example in the test directory.  Or toy with examples for
> 2.0/2.1 which can be found in later documentation and
> the FAQ (many should work just fine in 1.2).
> Kurt