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/* XXX this is _not_ designed to be fast */
/* wordexp is also rife with security "challenges", unless you pass it
WRDE_NOCMD it *must* support subshell expansion, and even if you
don't beause it has to support so much of the standard shell (all
the odd little variable expansion options for example) it is hard
to do without a subshell). It is probbably just plan a Bad Idea
to call in anything setuid, or executing remotely. */
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Also, people need to be entertained. Even the hardline communists realised this. They invested in sport, entertainment movies, and music for exactly that reason in a system where they could have chosen to use all of those resources to establish a moon colony.
Kevin Mitnick, the former criminal hacker and founder and CEO of Mitnick Security Consulting, wrote: "Healthcare.gov retrieves information from numerous third-party databases belonging to the IRS, Social Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security, and other State agencies. It would be a hacker's wet dream to break into Healthcare.gov and potentially gain access to the information stored in these databases. A breach may result in massive identity theft never seen before — these databases house information on every U.S. citizen!"
Soon after this story hit the news, Mitnick posted this on Twitter"