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From: Crist Clark (crist.clarkGLOBALSTAR.COM)
Date: Fri Apr 13 2001 - 12:41:32 CDT
"Schott, Erik (CORP, GEAccess)" wrote:
> Here's the deal. If you really want to scare yourself, do a "find / -perm
> 6000" and let 'er rip. You'll find more setuid scripts in the software than
> you can shake a stick at. BUT, if you do the same thing on Solaris 7 or
> Solaris 2.6, you'll find just about the same number of setuid scripts.
I think you mean, 'find / -perm -4000'. But when I did,
$ file `find / -perm -4000` 2>/dev/null
I did not find one of the setuid files to be a shell script. All
were ELF executables.
-- Crist J. Clark Network Security Engineer crist.clarkglobalstar.com Globalstar, L.P. (408) 933-4387 FAX: (408) 933-4926
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