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Running btsync on Linux will by default create a *publicly-accessible, unprotected* WebUI, allowing anyone on the web to create a sync folder to view and edit files your files (i.e. files in directories writable by you). Could the defaults (used when running btsync without a config file) be changed to prevent this unintended data leak? A temporary workaround is to run `killall btsync` to turn off the WebUI, and then use --config with a config file that sets webui > password to a secure password. You can use `lsof -i` to verify that the WebUI is not running.