Someone pointed out that adduser makes user mail files group
read/writeable. Although the group itself is group mail, the inherent
problem is that when I do the following:
setenv MAIL /var/spool/mail/<otherusername>
I can read/modify the other user's mail file at my leisure. Is there really
any point for making the files group read/writeable?
And why does adduser not default to chmod 700 when making directories in
Take your dying with some seriousness, however. Laughing on the way to
your execution is not generally understood by less advanced life forms,
and they'll call you crazy.
--"Messiah's Handbook: Reminders for the Advanced Soul"