Re: AW: entry in /etc/passwd
Scott Gifford (firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Scott Gifford <email@example.com>
Date: 02 May 2002 19:10:37 -0400
> this may or may not be reason to worry, depending on whether or not
> you trust the yp server. NIS (in)security is a chapter of its
> own. (and personally, I think it's high time something else comes
> along. the beauty of NIS is that it works and is widely supported.)
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