Certain features in sublime_text for Linux (such as the indexing engine) cause sublime to create files in /dev/shm.
Right now, these files appear to have permissions dictated by the default group and umask of the user. On a shared system where users share a group and have umask 0022 or 0027, this means that these files can be read by other users with the same default group. This presents a potential privacy concern.
Could all files written to /dev/shm be written with umask 0077 so that only the user who created them can read them?