Re: I don't want a keyring password

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From: "Sam Varshavchik" <[email protected]>

Well you wouldn't want your personal passwords stored in plain text, where they'd be readable by other users.
What, mode 0600 does not work any more?
Of course not. It never did. An encrypted key ring is safe from "root".
An unencrypted key ring is open to root. So if you get root kitted your
passwords are dead.

And only the mentally deficient always run as root.

{^_^}   Joanne, being controversial again.



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