The sh run portion of the username listing
username test1 password 4tw7S/p2BcKR0o33 encrypted
username test2 password $sha512$5000$zJZ/+1K9lmgpmVlRXjPEYQ==$9VOAeH+g4QIPkUyWfdq79w== pbkdf2 privilege 15
username test3 password $sha512$5000$54CHF/dgkVAx93pR1LiJjw==$DxB54TT9hnLuLK6jlM1YnA== pbkdf2
it is basically just that.. username all.
well i have never seen that before and in my opinion its safe to remove. However, i would advise to wait for a little bit, see if anybody else respond.
Is this response in the correct discussion? I see no relationship between undebug all and the question of a config with username all.
Peter Kolti was correct. It seems that under config mode "u all" does indeed create a "username all" entry. So instead of cancelling all debugs you end up with a new user