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).
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