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Re: rawhide report: 20090523 changes

On Di Mai 26 2009, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Kevin Kofler (kevin kofler chello at) said:
> > Yet another insecure temporary file vulnerability. Why do we still not
> > polyinstantiate /tmp by default? We're wasting lots of time on security
> > measures which keep breaking apps such as SELinux, but simple things like
> > polyinstantiation are still not used, why? This code would be perfectly
> > safe if polyinstantiation was mandatory. Why are we stuck in the 1970s?
> ... send patches? It's techncially feasible, but no one's done the
> legwork to integrate it fully yet.

It is already done on the Fedorapeople server:


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