Re: file permission question
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 03:03:21 GMT
Don Jvax wrote:
> I have a question relating to an emergency...
> On unixes, is there any way to access a file created by another user with
> permission 600?
Yes. Become root, and then you can read it. Or break in as the other
user by becoming root first, then becoming the other user.
Why do you ask?
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