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Permissons & New OSX security Update


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I am running Mac OSX 10.3, and I did the secuirty update. Later, I went to install some scripts on my dedicated server (Hint: im a member of webhostingtalk ) When I checked the permissons on the files I uploaded, it was all set to 0. I have never had this problem before, ive used this script many times, and usually its uploaded with correct permissons. But after I did this security update, this no longer happens. Has this happened to anyone else?
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