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Why doesn't Ubuntu use capabilities on ping?

After running, $ ls -l /bin/ping -rwsr-xr-x 1 root root 34740 Nov 5 2012 /bin/ping I wonder, why doesn't Ubuntu use capabilities (i.e. raw sockets) rather than setuid?
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Darwin strips setuid from interpreter in hash bang execution

This is not exactly a question about how to run a hash bang script. In this situation, a hash bang script exists which doesn't (necessarily) have the u+s permission. Rather, the interpreter has u+s, ...
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SUID-bit not working for executables within /tmp directory

Printing the value of getuid() and geteuid() from an executable with SUID-bit (chmod +s) turned-on, seems to result with the original caller ID instead of the owner id if the executable is located ...
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Principle of least privilege: Does Authbind helper really need setuid root, or can it run with cap_net_bind_services?

Does Authbind's helper really need setuid root, or can it run with the CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICES capability and still work?
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LXC: Have rootfs mounted without nosuid

I have the container's rootfs in a volume mounted with the nosuid option. When I start the container, its / mounted is then also mounted nosuid, which breaks programs such as sudo. How can I avoid ...
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How to run a setuid program on Solaris 10?

I have a Solaris 10 system: # uname -a SunOS edddev03 5.10 Generic_150400-04 sun4v sparc SUNW,SPARC-Enterprise-T5120 I wrote a program printing the uid: # cat getuid.c int main (void) { printf ...
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Limit program execution to a list of arguments

I would like that my Unix users can only run a specific command insecurecommand with a controlled list of arguments stored in a file. The only solution I have found at this time is to : Create a ...
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Linux - What resources require raised privileges C/C++ programming?

I am in the process of developing a daemon and user application which will talk to the daemon over a UNIX domain socket to send commands, get status information, etc. The user application will be run ...