No executables in /tmp
jeff at zingstudios.net
Sat Mar 25 14:20:48 MST 2006
I'm in the process of securing a web server, and I wonder if there's a
way to prevent executables from being installed and run in the /tmp
I'm mounting /tmp with "-o noexec" so it's not possible to execute a
script or program directly. In other words, this file:
print "This is my program.";
... won't run even if it's chmod 755. However, it's still possible to
... and it'll run happily. Can I prevent the system from allowing this?
I suspect not, but figured I'd ask...
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