sudo su

Jim Wildman jim at
Fri Jun 28 08:15:39 EDT 2002

Don't give them access to su.  This means no (ALL) ALL in the sudoers

Jim Wildman, CISSP                                      jim at

On Fri, 28 Jun 2002, Masuta, Paul wrote:

> Hi;
> I have installed and configured sudo version 1.6.3p5 on my Solaris 7
> platform. My user Paul has been given access to the su command via sudo.If I
> do the following , I end up as root user.
> login paul
> sudo su
> password (enter user paul password)
> How can I stop user's getting access to root via sudo su?
> Paul Masuta
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