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From: damian at (Damian Gerow)
Subject: Frontpage Extensions Remote Command Execution

Thus spake ( [12/11/03 14:41]:
> bulletin.  A decent admin would configure FPSE such that this flaw is a
> non-issue.  This is because no ordinary user has a reason to be accessing
> FPSE's files.  If FPSE is secured, this means that an attacker is getting
> their own privileges back.

A decent OS shouldn't need the admin to go in and modify permissions on
specific files in order to give a ensure a basic security requirement.
While an ordinary user may have no reason to access those files, an ordinary
admin should similarily have no reason for modifying the permissions on
those files.

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