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Re: locking all terminals w/ a single command?



From: Brandin L Claar <claar_(_at_)_arl_(_dot_)_psu_(_dot_)_edu>
Subject: Re: locking all terminals w/ a single command?
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 11:48:31 -0400
Message-ID: <20001017114831_(_dot_)_D10203_(_at_)_arl_(_dot_)_psu_(_dot_)_edu>

> > i used to use screen but i lost confidence w/ it from a security
> > perspective, so i try not to use it any more...it's becoming a tough
> > thing to avoid though.
> 
> What is wrong with screen from a security perspective? 

ack.  sorry to be the source of potential fud.

what i meant was that there's a lot of functionality that i no longer
want or need so i'd rather not install it.

screen is a great program, but for the particular case of working from
virtual terminals where i may be typing sensitive information, i'm on
the side of paranoid ;-)

my apologies for any confusion.