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The basic idea is flawed

Posted by: Administrator on May 23, 2007 01:58 AM
while this is clearly a useful tool. The proposed use (Public PCs) is not the right application for this tool. The basic idea that by limiting what users can do within will ever comprehensively protect the privacy of users and the security of the Linux PC is fighting an uphill battle. Cleanup at the end of a session is truly the only way to ensure security and privacy of users. There is a great linux distro out there that does this and is designed specifically for public computers:
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