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Re: Can shell-script be setuid ?

On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Brad wrote:

> Also, doesn't perl use a special suid binary to run these scripts,
> because as far as the kernel is concerned it just hands it to
> /usr/bin/perl non-suid. Perl detects that the script is suid, and does
> the security handling and restarts suid with that binary.

Just so, just so.

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