[K12OSN] Documentation question
John P. Conlon
jconlon1 at elp.rr.com
Wed Dec 7 02:50:08 UTC 2005
These students aren't that smart.
> nothing like that can possibly exist..
> student B can easily guess student A's password..username is a given.
> and if he can't easily guess it...likely brute force cracker would be
> able to...given said student was resourceful enough to find one...
> or gain root access and then modify student A's password...use for
> porn...then change password back...
> I'd say security-wise...the phrase "not possible for another student
> to have access" on a K12LTSP system...wouldn't really hold up anywhere.
> John P. Conlon wrote:
>> One of our assistant principals has been dealing with a student and
>> his parent. The students has been accessing in appropriate web pages
>> during class time and claiming that another students has been
>> accessing his desktop and doing it. What my assistant principal
>> needs is some kind of documentation that he could use before a judge
>> that explains clearly how it is not possible for another student to
>> access a given student's desk top short of the given students having
>> logged in or given away his login information.
>> Does this information exist in a printable format and where can I
>> find it?
>> Thanks in advance
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