On 9/26/06, Richard Salz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Really, what?  There are things it doesn't do, but since it's only a
packaging format that's a good thing.

Though there are unshar tools, typically people run it as input to /bin/sh,
usually without reading through it (and given the level of obfuscation sh
offers, it's not clear that you couldn't sneak something through even if
the person skims it).
Enhance your calm, brother; it's just ones and zeroes.
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