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    SubjectRe: Why is chmod(2)?
    Mitchell Blank Jr wrote:
    > I am *very* wary of this idea. A year or two ago there was a big hole
    > in the BSD's because you could do:
    > i = open("foo", 0)
    > without any access to "foo" and get a filedescriptor without read or
    > write access.

    Try it on Linux ;-) O_RDONLY is 0, O_WRONLY is 1, O_RDWR is 2, O_NOACCESS
    is 3. In order to open anything with O_NOACCESS, you're required to have
    both read _and_ write access.

    - Werner

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