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answered EXT3 File recovery after OS re-install
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answered How to restore after sudo killall sshd?
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comment Ordinary users are able to read /etc/passwd, is this a security hole?
@joechip Current OSes are not designed to hide users from each other. All users can be enumerated in many more ways than /etc/passwd. ls -la /home on Linux, ls -la /Users on MacOS X, dir C:\Users in windows 7, ps -afux in Unix systems. Changing the design choice Ben Voigt alluded to just makes life difficult without changing security.
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