But when someone do a "clone" he don't have .git/hooks directory
downloaded to his local computer ? I thought so ...

2013/10/26 Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com>:
> Olivier Revollat <revol...@gmail.com> writes:
>> I was wondering : What if I had a "malicious" GIT repository who can
>> "inject" code  via git hooks mechanism : someone clone my repo and
>> some malicious code is executed when a certain GIT hook is triggered
>> (for example on commit ("prepare-commit-msg' hook))
> In that somebody else's clone, you will not have _your_ malicious
> hook installed, unless that cloner explicitly does something stupid,
> like copying that malicious hook.

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