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Jilano3110115d"Hey, you get what you pay for! Wait..."
endor647715dWait, they regressed again? LMAO
Root7019415dThat is exactly what specs are for. 🤦🏻♀️
kwilliams623915d"Imagine having unit tests for bug regression in security critical systems."
- this post bought to you by the MacOS Kernel Gang
Oktokolo129115dI never understood how something like that could ever happen. There is no legitimate reason to handle root logins differently.
So why do they have special code branches triggered for root before she even has been authenticated?
Do they check against an additional hash for a master password wich they had to add because of a national security letter?
And if so: Why only for root? Why not just check that hash for all user names?
Seriously not getting how you could end up with different pre-authentication code for root vs. non-root...
zemaitis7My local ISP was saving their database backups in an unprotected folder which was literally domain.com/backups...
PonySlaystation9There was a time in Windows 95, where during login, you could just press cancel and you were logged in without...
Angry8Oh you'll love this. A master password to access any user. Something like: const masterpassword = <dayABCyear...