Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 21st Feb 2006 17:59 UTC
Mac OS X "[Last week], we reported on a Trojan horse for Mac OS X that is just like the entry for Earth in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in that it is mostly harmless. A new vulnerability targeted at Apple's home-grown web browser, Safari, is another matter entirely. A German security firm appears to have been the first to discover the Safari flaw, which allows for shell scripts to be executed after clicking a link."
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Emil
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2005-06-29

Just alias "rm" to "rm -i".

What if scipt will run outsite your normal shell session? Where aliases are not defined? Hacking a bash script under /bin/rm will prevent from abuse anytime.

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