'sudo' and 'at'
I have a question. I started using the 'at' command today to schedule downloads and backups to happen at night when I discovered that if do:
I'm never propmpted to enter my password and the command is run as root. I thought maybe it was because I had recently used sudo in the same shell so I did a reboot and found that it did the same thing. Is this normal for at? Isn't this a possible security hazzard?
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