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    SubjectRe: [security]: kernel ioctl()'s [3]

    On Fri, 2 Jul 1999, Chris Evans wrote:

    > IMHO, immutable support is fine as it is - as Alan has rightly said,
    > giving users the opportunity to set some variant of immutable on their
    > files, is dangerous.

    Why? user-immutable can be removed by user and by root. If the
    system-immutable is set the user-immutable simply doesn't affect anything
    (except that if you will remove system-immutable user-immutable will be
    still there; you can remove it as you can remove sticky, group-writable,
    whatever). What is dangerous with that?

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