I want users to be able to use "sudo su -", but not to switch user by password. What are the most optimal permissions for /bin/su? Right now it's: -rwsr-xr-x. 1 root root 42436 Jul 26 18:19 /bin/su ...
I'm on a RHEL server where the su command drops the user into root without prompting for a password. Obviously, this is a pretty big cause for concern which I'd like to fix. I'm not in contact with ...
What I was doing before this happened?: I was tinkering trying to setup X server so I can open an app's GUI remotely so I installed "X Window System", "xclock" and uncommented "# ForwardX11 yes" ...
How can I create an “su” only user (no SSH or SFTP) and limit who can “su” into that account in RHEL5? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: How can I allow one user to su to another without allowing root access? We have a user account that our DBAs use (oracle). I do not want to set a password on this ...
I know "why" questions are dangerous :) I have sudo access on RHEL, and noticed this: su -u fred su - Password: (I don't know fred's password). sudo -u fred bash [fred] $ Is there a way to not ...