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From: Stephan Holl <holl_at_gdf-hannover.de>
Date: 2005-10-14 10:23:13 CEST

Dear Subversion-Gurus,

I have encountered a problem regarding the stored passwords for a
SVN-server inside the ~/.subversion/-folder.

The passwords are stored in plain-text and the file is world-readable.
AFAIK this is not good. A temporary workaround is chmod the folder.

chmod -R go-rw $HOME/.subversion

Please can anybody comment on this.

Best regards

        Stephan Holl

GDF Hannover - Solutions for spatial data analysis and remote sensing
Hannover Office      -     Mengendamm 16d      -     D-30177 Hannover
Internet: www.gdf-hannover.de      -      Email: holl@gdf-hannover.de
Phone : ++49-(0)511.39088507       -        Fax: ++49-(0)511.39088508
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