Le 15/04/2018 à 01:10, Craig Barratt via BackupPC-users a écrit :
BackupPC 4.2.0 <https://github.com/backuppc/backuppc/releases/tag/4.2.0> has 
been released on Github.

The changes since4.1.5 <https://github.com/backuppc/backuppc/releases/tag/4.1.5>are listed below.  The biggest change is a new feature in the web interface written by @moisseev that allows prior backups to be deleted.

ohhh this is a very bad idea... Having a way to remove backup in the web interface sounds cool but when a bad apple employee comes and destroy all the backups because he is angry this is a real issue. Same if account is comprimised

With the agentless thing the fact that nobody could destroy a backup was a 
major features that was making us use backuppc.

Command line tools are fine but webgui tools to do that seems scuicidal to me where availability of backups is more important to anything else. When you have a problem you want the backups to be there and not learn that a compromised PC led to wiping of its data AND of the backups alltogether :)

is there a way to remove the feature so its not even loaded in the code (not 
just limited by the login/pass used) ?


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