> Also keep in mind that Zope does not run as "root", so if you are
> running on a Unix-like system such as Linux, even if Zope were fully
> compromised an intruder would still have to find a security hole in
> something else before it's possible to write to arbitrary files.

I just checked the perms on zope, and it's owned by root. Started it, looked at
the processes owned by root (ps -u root) and 'python' shows up, with the same
PID as Z2.pid. Is there an easy way to fix this? 
Thanks in advance.

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