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You have the comfort that when your cloud provider is compromised, or crashes, you will be in the company of many others.
I would say a lot depends on if the users are remote, or are on the local machine. I would disable the feature if you do not need it. Local user / attacker: If the users are local, an attacker can find out most (but not all) of this information fairly easily, although this report would certainly make it easier for the attacker. Even locally, there are a ...
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