Passwords management for UNIX and Linux systems

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Passwords management for UNIX and Linux systems

An unhappy systems administrator who may want to teach a seemingly unappreciative company a lesson. An employee who is passed over for a promotion or a raise. An IT manager who is disappointed by a bonus. A technically savvy database administrator willing to change information in the Oracle Financial Suite for a CEO whose future is riding on the next stock analyst's recommendation.

While any one of these scenarios could serve as the basis of a suspenseful Hollywood thriller, the reality is that each represents a situation in which an employee has privileged access and the ability to thwart weak internal IT controls. As the so-called "trusted" employees are often ...

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