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Given that no software is error-proof, I'm betting on accident here.



I can buy that it's accident that this vulnerability exists. It's still gross stupidity/incompetence/negligence (/malice?) that this vulnerability ever had the possibility of existing. That is, the feature should never have been implemented, to prevent exactly this scenario.




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