gpg im CGI Script

L. Sassaman
Wed, 5 Jul 2000 11:38:17 -0700 (PDT)

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On Wed, 5 Jul 2000, Stefan Suurmeijer wrote:

> Hmm, SUID root (chmod +s) can be dangerous as recent exploits have
> shown. Adding no-secmem-warning to your .gnupg/options file is a valid
> alternative for getting rid of the secure memory message.
Do you own a car? What would you do if a mechanic told you "Hey, you have this "brake pad" warning light on your dash. You want I should remove the light for you?" Sheesh. no-secmem-warning exists for cases when you simply can't make gpg suid. But in those cases it shouldn't be treated as secure.
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