||Ten Things I Dig About Panther|
|Subject:||Access rights on some files|
I noticed two security flaws in Jaguar and would like to know if they are corrected in Panther.
- If you use the finder to duplicate a folder (Cmd-D) the copy is world-writable. It should have the same access rights as the original.
- When you print a file and you choose to make a preview, the resulting PDF file is world readable in a public directory in /tmp/printing.xxx.
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Access rights on some files
2003-10-19 07:46:45 anonymous2 [View]