Remotely edit user disk quota

Chris Rees utisoft at
Thu May 28 11:15:44 UTC 2009

2009/5/28 Wojciech Puchar <wojtek at>:
>> Due to these serious problems rlogin was rarely used across untrusted
>> networks
> Good you finally pointed out the most important thing
> "rlogin/rsh is insecure across untrusted network"
> This is QUITE a difference between this and "rsh is insecure. period"
> rsh is as secure as the communication channel. If it can be considered
> secure - DO USE rsh, because it's fastest as it doesn't have any encryption
> overhead.

But the encryption overhead is almost nothing.

The best security comes in layers.

Also, I think it's a bad idea to leave money lying round like that.
That's why we have banks. More layers.


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