7stud -- wrote:

> Choi, Junegunn wrote:
>> And, you may end up executing the possibly malicious script instead
>> of the original ls when you carelessly type 'ls'.
>>
> 
> So your not supposed to just type ls at a prompt?

He was saying that without this protection you might not want to.  In
usual cases you do, because this protection exists.  It's one of
several reasons why you need to set the path, set an alias or type in
the full path, if it's not a system command.  It's a good thing.
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