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Re: GLIBC_2.4

Ron Johnson wrote:
> If $(HOME)/bin were first in your $PATH, then a malicious user or
> app that has write access to your account, then they could put
> sabotaged versions of common apps into $(HOME)/bin and do all sorts
> of nasty things to you.

If a malicious user has write access to your home directory, then you
have already lost; there are much easier ways to screw with your $HOME
than going to the bother of creating trojaned programs in ~/bin.

see shy jo

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