I followed this question in order to enable
sudo command for my created user. So I added it into the
wheels group and edited the
/etc/sudoers file accordingly.
But what I don't get about this is when I type for instance
sudo yum install, it requires password of that user, not the password of
root. This seems really insecure because if the account gets compromised, you can access
root's functions with that users password.
Shouldn't it work in the way that if you want
root rights, than you need to know