I'm running a production-level Amazon ec2 instance, and I want to close out root privileges to all users. Normally, when one logs in to the instance as ec2-user, the ec2-user immediately gets sudo ...
I have several servers where some users require to be sudoers to work. The problem is that when sudoers can run the command sudo su and login as user root. It seems very risky to run that command. I ...
Warrning: this is probably against Unix philosophy and desgin, but I will ask it anyway. Is there a way to achive privacy for three seperate /home/user folders? Problem which is rasing that ...
At our university we have some computers in the "networking lab", that are configured to allow everybody to run nmap as root via /etc/sudoers. Could this be a security vulnerability?
How do I run a .sh script with root privileges from Ubuntu's cmd? Some scripts require to enter the password. I watn to avoid this.