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wget2 | wget -r --no-host-directories in $HOME should be taken care of (
wget2 | wget -r --no-host-directories in $HOME should be taken care of (#489)
Wed, 13 Nov 2019 10:43:11 +0000
Tim Rühsen created an issue: https://gitlab.com/gnuwget/wget2/issues/489
Mentioned in wget matrix channel. It could be accidentally lead to overwriting
`.bashrc` (if `-nc/--no-clobber` is given) or to download a file like
`.bash_aliases` (if it doesn't exist) which is then sourced by `.bashrc`.
`Sourcing` could change $PATH and/or could lead to executing downloaded files
on the next login.
Should we protect the user against shooting itself into the foot ?
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