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* This program and the accompanying materials are made
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* which is available at
* Contributors:
* Denis Roy (Eclipse Foundation)- initial API and implementation
* Christopher Guindon (Eclipse Foundation)
* SPDX-License-Identifier: EPL-2.0
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<h2>What are you searching for?</h2>
<p>It appears you're looking for our /etc/passwd file - probably because you want to get access to information in order to h4x0r us.</p>
<p>It doesn't contain much... really. A root account, an account for the web server, and the other dozen or so system accounts that are also in your /etc/passwd file. The rest of our account information is stored elsewhere. Darn.</p>
<p>So there you go. You can now try attacking us with an SSH brute-force, but our firewalls don't usually put up with that for very long.</p>
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