The "at" commands on Mac OS X 10.3.7 and earlier do not properly drop
privileges, which allows local users to (1) delete arbitrary files via
atrm, (2) execute arbitrary programs via the -f argument to batch, or
(3) read arbitrary files via the -f argument to batch, which generates
a job file that is readable by the local user.
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BUGTRAQ:20050127 DMA[2005-0127a] - 'Apple OSX batch family poor use of setuid'
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