negating the effect of cluebies creating additional root accounts
root privileges on another account, still need to be given by an account holder,
who already has root privileges.
so, they would need to know the actual root password,
so that they can grant that privilege to another account.
& this has to be done on the user privileges tab - of the non_root account.
it really a case of the weakness of the root password, in being too widely know. .. ..
this is the only way that a cluebie could create another root account.
you can have lots of users, who all have root privliges,
that can do stuff, that really should be done using SUDO
but there should only ever be one, actual root_user account.