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On Mon, Jan 01, 2007 at 09:39:14AM -0800, Jeff Lasman said:
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> On a forum I read someone has suggested chmodding everything in /tmp as 
> 0000 to protect from hackers.

Only in /tmp?  Amateurs!   We usually tell people something like "chmod
-R 0000 /" and that "the -R means restricted; that will make sure your
system is properly restricted".

Or from my "bad advice" script from my IRC bot:

"find /home -type d -exec chmod 007 {} \;   <- information wants to
be free"


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