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Re: [NOVICE] Virus



>>>>> "Frank" == Frank Damgaard <sslug@sslug> writes:
>> Det mener jeg ikke, at Linux ville have været i tilfældet ILOVEYOU.
Frank> Jo, den laver jo kun skade på de filer som brugeren har
Frank> rettigheder til.  (undtagen brugeren er rigtigt dum og kører
Frank> som root....)

Det man burde gøre er at tildele rettigheder programvis. Hvis fx der
ligger nogle tekstfiler, som en gruppe skal have skriveadgang til, så
kunne man fx gøre det således, at kun visse programmer (teksteditorer,
perl, sed, awk, cvs...) kan skrive dertil, mens fx Netscape, rm
osv. ikke kan gøre det helt store. Ellers kunne man gøre det således,
at man 'registerer' et instans af et program, så kun denne process og
dens børn kan redigere i en vis gruppe filer, og når man vil rette i
filerne, kan man så bede om at få lov til det. Det er lidt bøvlet, men
det er sikkert. Er der i øvrigt ikke allerede en måde at opnå
sidstnævnte mulighed på?

Martin


 
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