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Re: (open) sshd timeout



Tim:
>> Yes they can.  They have write access to their own homespace, so they
>> can change the files in there.  They can delete that file and create
>> their own replacement.

jdow:
> That can be dealt with if the owner is root and world read/execute is
> permitted.

Doesn't make a scrap of difference.  As root I just made a file into my
own homespace with permissions of "rw-rw-r--".  Then I logged out as
root, and deleted the file as myself.  I can do this because I own the
directory in my own space, it doesn't matter who owned the file.

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