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I think its a bug or something I don't know.But I think this is serious problem that I can change the password of a administrator from other user.

  • Can you show the command that you used? – Carl Sep 12 at 12:58
  • I have done that in settings>Details>Users not in terminal – Elavarasu Akhash Sep 12 at 13:00
  • Does the "other user" has admin/sudo rights? – Carl Sep 12 at 13:05
  • More likely some file permissions that have been altered. – xenoid Sep 12 at 13:05
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    so then there is no issue :) admin is suppose to be able to do that – Rinzwind Sep 12 at 14:31
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If you are a sudo user, it's normal that you should be able to change other users' passwords.

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