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From justintime <jus...@techadvise.com>
Subject World-writable KahaDB files?
Date Wed, 02 May 2012 16:09:12 GMT
It really makes me nervous knowing that anyone with any filesystem access to
my ActiveMQ machine can delete, overwrite, or corrupt my KahaDB files. 
While we as users should do our best to secure our servers, I don't see why
666 perms are needed on the db files and 777 perms are needed on the parent
directories.

Is there a reason why they are created this way by ActiveMQ?  Is there a way
to restrict those permissions to something a little more restrictive without
compromising functionality?

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