An anonymous friend at RT66 mailed this to me. This is Carolyn's .cshrc file for her account. She was nice enough to leave it world readable so this user could get a copy. Take note of her comments.. "afraid I'd rm your system files". And she purports to be a white hat hacker?

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From: anonymous 
Date: Sat, 07 Nov 1998 06:09:31 -0500
Subject: .cshrc

echo "*********************************************"
echo " Word to GALF -- are you man enough to give *"
echo " me the IP address of your computer and     *"
echo " permission to try to break in?  Nah, you're*"
echo " too chicken, doomed to sneak around in the *"
echo " bushes, afraid I'd rm your system files:):)*"
echo "*********************************************" 

echo "-------------------------------------------"
echo "To err is human..."
echo "    To get caught is just plain stupid..."
echo "                                Fatal Error"
echo "-----------Big brother is watching----------"

umask 076

set path=( ~/bin /usr/local/bin /bin /usr/bin /usr/local/sbin )
set path=( $path /usr/openwin/bin /usr/X11/bin /usr/local/X11/bin )
set path=( $path /usr/ucb /usr/libexec /usr/etc /etc /usr/games )
set path=( $path /usr/sbin )

setenv host `uname -n`
setenv VISUAL pico
setenv EDITOR pico
setenv PGPPATH ~/.pgpdir

mesg y

#set autologout=(0 40)

set exinit 
set history=40
set implicitcd
set listjobs
set listlinks
set listjobs=long
set noclobber
set prompt="%U\n(`whoami`) koan:%u \n%~ %# "
set tperiod=1
set rmstar
set watch=(1 derr any satori any blips any)
unset autologout

if ($?USER == 0 || $?prompt == 0) exit
alias a                 'alias | more'
alias cd                'cd  \!*'
alias check             'last | grep -v | grep -v
ftp | grep -v "^U"'
alias cp                'cp -i -p'
alias cls               'clear'
alias dd                'ls -lgF \!* | more'
alias ddm               'ls -lgF \!* | more'
alias elm               'pine'
alias jobs              'jobs -l'
alias ld                'ls -ld $1'
alias ls                'ls -F'
alias pico              'pico -w -z'
alias port              'ps -aux | grep $1'
alias quit              'exit'
alias scr               'source .cshrc;rehash'
alias su                "ksu"
alias sz                'sz -w 2048'
alias w                 'w|sort|more'
alias who               'who|sort|more'
alias whois             'whois -h'
alias viman             'man \!$ | col -b > /tmp/myman$$;vi
/tmp/myman$$;rm /tmp/myman$$'
/usr/sbin/sendmail < .junk