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Anything related with user accounts and user management on Unix-like systems.

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Windows has a super-administrator account that has not only elevated privileges to perform protected system functions, but unfettered access to anything on the computer, regardless of user ownership. …
asked Oct 6 '14 by fixer1234
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On a multi-user system, what protects against any user accessing any other users files via root? As context, the question is based on my understanding as follows: There are two commands related to … user account; Similar description at computerhope.com tecmint.com: ‘sudo‘ is a root binary setuid, which executes root commands on behalf of authorized users If you become root, you …
asked Oct 6 '14 by fixer1234
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I just wanted to confirm my understanding of a couple of things related to root privileges. Is it correct that: The user name "administrator" is not a reserved name with implied privileges, it is j …
asked Sep 27 '14 by fixer1234