On Thursday 29 January 2009 14:31:33 Scott Edwards wrote: > It still has the same permissions as any other process by that user. There > are a few viruses that can infect elf binaries when running from a windows > host, so it's not all that isolated based on execution platform. Out of curiosity, what do you mean by 'infecting' ? Modifying an elf binary file ? Could you please explain it better ? If so, shouldn't the file permissions avoid it (the infection) ?