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SubjectRe: [PATCH] [SECURITY] suid procs exec'd with bad 0,1,2 fds
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On Thu, Aug 06, 1998 at 10:27:48AM -0400, Chip Salzenberg wrote:
> According to Andrej Presern:
> > However, UNIX is broken with respect to security _by design_
>
> You'd better provide some specifics, or be relegated to "troll" status.

I suspect he's refering to the original intentions of Brian, Dennis, et all
wrt security. ie: they intended it to be an open, friendly, happy, "we
love everyone" kind of place, with lots of file "sharing" and cooperation.

IIRC this was mentioned in Ritchie's speach at USENIX.

Or, it could have been a troll.

/mdi

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