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Walt Whitman

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comment Immediately tell which output was sent to stderr
If you are lazy (or have sore fingers) like me you can grab a subshell with the below solutions (e.g. rse zsh) and now all commands colorize stderr.
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accepted How can I use fetchmail (or another email grabber) with OSX keychain for authentication?
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comment How can I use fetchmail (or another email grabber) with OSX keychain for authentication?
Now, with open ID this is especially dangerous since people are likely to have an email account that can access many other web sites (viz. gmail and openid). So, if this gets taken, it's more than just email that is compromised.
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comment How can I use fetchmail (or another email grabber) with OSX keychain for authentication?
Sure, but, there is a ~3 second window where if you move the mouse or hit a key it doesn't lock. That's why I said security through layers. Just because your house has a locked door doesn't mean you shouldn't keep your passport etc. in a safe. Hence, why would one leave a password as cleartext with only thier user (and admin group) permission? It's asking for something bad to happen.
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