I was wondering if it was possible to somehow get the contents of a file which you do not have read access to. I first attempted trying to get around the permissions using the inode number of the file, but I was unsuccessful. My teacher made a file which he said he locked up well, but that there were a few ways of getting to its contents. Getting into the file has nothing to do with our assignment, but I was curious as to how this could be done if it could be done. I did a bit of research, and the only post I found relating to this was to grab the inode number of the file, but after doing that, there was not too much more information regarding it. Any savvy bash/Linux users have a solution to do this?