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Originally Posted by rohan_nakar As neone can change root or anybody's password, dont u think it's not secure for a stand alone linux system... i mean can't we disable this ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rohan_nakar
    As neone can change root or anybody's password, dont u think it's not secure for a stand alone linux system...
    i mean can't we disable this repairing facility provided by linux ???
    you can set GRUB password. if you have physical access to the machine then there are a lot of other ways to hack machine or reset passwords ( through Installation/LiveCD ). keep your machine in safe hands.





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    hi casper,
    thanks...

    is it possible to set GRUB password ?

    How ???

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    check this thread !






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    Hey, linux coders are not kids rohan

    you can password protect init level 1 too


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