I just installed Intrepid (8.10) on my laptop and I went to check out the new "Guest Session" feature which is supposed to be a locked down session, yet as a Guest I was able to access my mounted drives, I could even read, write, delete, and execute files from those mounts also...
Isn't the "Guest Session" supposed to be secure:
- http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/rele...es/810overviewThe User Switcher panel applet (package fast-user-switch-applet) now provides an extra entry for starting a Guest session (by Martin Pitt). This creates a temporary password-less user account with restricted privileges: the account cannot access any users' home directories, nor permanently store data. This is sufficiently safe to lend your laptop to someone else for a quick email check.
Not safe enough IMO