No executables in /tmp
jeff at zingstudios.net
Mon Mar 27 16:06:49 MST 2006
> You could also change the group of perl to a perl group and chmod to
> 754. Then only root and thoes in the perl can execute it.
Hey, that's much better than my hack! :)
Not only will it prevent automated cracks, but I could specifically
enable only those users who have (authorized) shell access.
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