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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Filesystem linking protections
* John Richard Moser (nigelenki@comcast.net) wrote:
> I've yet to see this break anything on Ubuntu or Gentoo; Brad Spengler
> claims this breaks nothing on Debian. On the other hand, this could
> potentially squash the second most prevalent security bug.

Yes I know, I've worked on distro with it as well in the past. And it
has broken atd and courier in the past. This is something that also
can be done in userspace using sane subdirs in +t world writable dirs,
or O_EXCL so there's work to be done in userspace.

thanks,
-chris
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