Review: UNIX Privilege Manager

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Review: UNIX Privilege Manager

In the Unix world, anyone who knows the root password has access to the root account. This gives them complete control, as there is no way to delegate specific privileges. The systems admin has to decide to control everything, or allow other users root access to perform specific tasks allocated to them. One way leads to overwork, the other to security compromise.

In the Unix world, anyone who knows the root password has access to the root account. This gives them complete control, as there is no way to delegate specific privileges. The systems admin has to decide to control everything, or allow other users root access to perform specific tasks allocated ...

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