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But they still would know the 'deploy' password needed for sudo access. And while you could be relatively sure that they couldn't get access, you still couldn't be completely sure since they did have sudo access to begin with. So, the best thing would be to change the shared password. That could be avoided with non-shared accounts.



Are you insinuating that the user could have used sudo access to install a backdoor of some sort? If so, changing the password won't stop them either. Am I missing something?

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