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Full time devops, geek, Apple lover, bash scripting master, python padawan, ruby gerbil, network acrobat.


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comment HOW TO: disable sudoer from editing /etc/sudoers file?
+1 for mentioning both SELinux and AppArmor, it's the only way to go once you've handed the root keys to a user through sudo :)