[Chicago-talk] mkdir() question
Randal L. Schwartz
merlyn at stonehenge.com
Fri Dec 3 10:54:30 PST 2010
>>>>> "Clyde" == Clyde Forrester <clydeforrester at gmail.com> writes:
Clyde> Why would leaving a potential security exploit closed by default
Clyde> be considered "evil"?
Because it's a false security.
Either you should want a password, in which case, use it. Bingo, tty is
Or you are operating passwordless, mostly likely for something in
automation, and requiring a tty is just a nuisance.
Where's the third case, where requiretty adds *any* security?
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