I have abused
I have created a really really short life temporary directory that I wanted to share between some users for a few hours... and I named this directory
Unfortunately I have launched
sudo chown 777 -R /tmp instead of
sudo chown 777 -R tmp
/tmp file is now completely public...
I use the common
/tmp pretty often (every day, almost every hour) personally for short life files, scripts, lots of scripts.
Is it a security breach now that it is completely set to public? Should I change it back to more secure settings, or like common default settings for a Debian / Ubuntu distro - (I don't know which they were)? What are the common right settings for