Raul A. Gallegos
raul at asmodean.net
Wed Dec 26 20:56:12 EST 2001
Because if you for example make /etc permissions 700 or 711 basic
things such as dns and mail do not work for that user.
Gregory Nowak said
the following on Wed, Dec 26, 2001 at 06:23:28PM -0600:
> Why don't you just switch execute permissions on all dirs, preventing people say in the users group from doing a "cd" into them?
> On Wed, Dec 26, 2001 at 05:47:47PM -0600, Raul A. Gallegos wrote:
> > I've heard of a program which prevents normal users from seeing
> > directory contents on the system. My understanding is that they can
> > still run programs such as pine, mutt, etc even though those might
> > require seeing /etc/resolv.conf but if they try to cd into any directory
> > above their home dir they can't. I've looked around but can't find such
> > a utility. Anyone have ideas?
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