On Wed, 30 May 2007 02:06:38 -0700
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> * If "root" cannot log in remotely, a cracker has to guess three
guess or brute force - so quite long random passwords (or ssh keys) are
> things to obtain root access, instead of just one:
> + A valid username which is in the "wheel" group;
> + That user's password;
> + The root password.
that is assuming, of course, that the user your just logged in with belongs to
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