On maandag 18 december 2017 21:08:46 CET Felix Geyer wrote:
> Well, that's the unfortunate state of security on the Linux desktop (and
> other major desktop OSes). Largely there is no privilege separation between
> applications.
> They all run in the same context so they can't really keep secrets from each
> other.

That is true.
Even though the file is protected by the security of ~/.config, I see no 
reason why the file itself isn't 600 or 660.

But the real problem is that the password is stored in plaintext and I find 
that inexcusable.

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