[sudo-users] sudo run by root ?
codejodler at gmx.ch
Thu May 10 12:55:26 EDT 2007
I must be missing something.
If you're going to log a fully trusted root, to be able to trace-back just in case,
then there are much easier ways from simple things like the shell history, or
invoking 'script', up to a using a modified security-enahnced shell.
If OTOH you want to be able to check what other admins are doing, then why
would they operate as root anyway ? They would have admin accounts and
restricted sudo acess for special tasks.
So what ? PLE
plsease enlighten me :)
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