> "Setuid is well-known as a chronic security hole," Rob Graham, CEO of
> Errata Security wrote in an email. "Torvalds is right, it's not a kernel issue,
> but it is a design 'flaw' that is inherited from Unix. There is no easy
> solution to the problem, though, so it's going to be with us for many
> years to come."
Um, so doesn't his translate as "Linux is known to have a major security hole that is unlikely to be fixed in the near future"?
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