My server administrator has gone AWOL. He took the user name
and password and disappeared into the night. He has been paid
and so far has not compromised the program.
My server is a Linux box in a co-location facility.
I need to give someone permission through
the co-location company to access the server and
change the user name and password so I can gain access
and continue employing 30 people. the server is in my company name and I am the one billed, so there are no legal issues.
This is another example of why small businessman can't
trust programers and why a lot of cool technology is never
Please contact me ASAP.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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