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SubjectRe: As 2.0 looms
> > There are millions of these, core dumping etc. Its basically I think a 
> > unix feature. At least we dont have compiled in passwords like GCOS3
> > had.
> I believe core dumping is OK (the dumpable flag is cleared if the program
> is unreadable). I know of at least one program (deslogin) which has
> encryption key compiled in (the binary is mode 711). I shouldn't have
> to link it statically to be safe... Another solution, which doesn't
> need kernel support, would be to have two versions of one which
> ignores LD_xxx and one which is like the current You decide
> which one you want to use at link time (default is to ignore LD_xxx -
> it's not necessary except for testing new shared libraries). I think
> HP-UX does something like this. If we had this, we wouldn't have the
> infamous telnet environment security hole...

I would like to see this too. I also cant believe its a difficult thing
to produce. Also a bash that ignored ENV so I could let users near pppd
without making a machine totally insecure.


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