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SubjectRe: File Permissions are incorrect. Security flaw in Linux
    Hi Lisa :)

* <> dixit:
> > What you are saying is stupid; If all directories are wide open,
> > NO files are protected in any way, even if they are read only and
> > owned by root? Get real.

Well Lisa, if you write things like those, even after a rude
answer, the most you can expect is a more-than-rude reply...

> > I've worked on more OS's than you can imagine, and for many years.
> The sad thing being, that's one claim I do *not* doubt. Lusers' ability
> to avoid learning for years had stopped amazing me a long time ago...

Calm down, please ;))) Lisa, you were wrong, assume it. If you
have such working experience, you should have learned a bit more
about Unix permissions...

Raúl Núñez de Arenas Coronado

Linux Registered User 88736 &
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