File Sharing

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The hint is what happens if user A modifies a shared file which user B has open and user C is also modifying?

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Alternate idea:  What if there is only 1 shared file and it is lost / corrupt / destroyed?  Gotta think about that too...

Think about read and write permissions, logging activities too. Shared is not meaning necessarily that anyone can write it, remove it or place it at wish. What if someone substitute the original file with another one? If with write permissions what happens if it is not properly synchronized?

If it is not shared trough a secure tunnel what happens if third parties manipulate it or spy the activity?

JCW2Author Commented:
Thank you for your help.
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