Re: Got root?
A few quick searches on google turned up some rather interesting
I'm not quite sure what to make of this. Very interesting, but
I can't imagine having 1024 numbers/socket representations in a
directory is the best way to configure something..
GID split privilege patch:
Not as granular; apparently, the gids are hardcoded, so setgid binaries
On Wed, May 02, 2001 at 01:17:17AM +0000, Ken Seefried wrote:
> Forgive my off & on following of this thread; this may have been mentioned.
> Wasn't there a kernel patch at one point detailed in Phrack or some such
> that bound the opening of certain priviledged ports to membership in certain
> groups? That is, if you belonged to group id 20 (say), you could open port
> 80 (say). This allowed otherwise SUID 0 programs to be run as non-priv
> users. I want to say that Solar Designer came up with it, but I can't seem
> to find the reference to it (in a cursory search).
> Seemed reasonable at the time, although certainly not as elegant as full
> privs (which didn't exist back then). Anyone remeber that?
> Ken Seefried, CISSP
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