Hi David, hi all... On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 09:20:40PM +0200, David Spreen wrote: >On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 03:26:16PM -0400, Matt Zimmerman wrote: >> It is a standard part of a security-enhanced unix-like system, though. This >> functionality is included in, for example, the Openwall patches for the Linux >> kernel. > >I am building kernel-image-2.2.19-harden this days :) > >There are still a few problems, but I will upload it to an apt-repository the >next days. The kernel is actually a 2.2.19 + openwall + lids. It depends on >lidsadm. Yes, we talked about it and I think, it is a really good thing. But what I mean is something like a script, SuSE-like (sorry), which restricktet the userright on a host more than normal. In my opinion, the user have to many rights, it is not nessessary for the user to look in /proc for example and there are many other thinks, but I don't want to rstrickt all rights by hand, it could be faster with a good script :) regards Jan -- One time, you all will be emulated by linux! ---- Jan- Hendrik Palic Url:"http://www.billgotchy.de" E-Mail: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
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