[sudo-workers] How does one do a "sudo -l" for another user ...
Alek O. Komarnitsky (N-CSC)
alek at ast.lmco.com
Tue Nov 9 11:48:33 EST 2004
I seem to recall this being discussed sometime earlier this year,
but can't seem to find it in the archives and/or a way to do it in
in the sudo manual ... but how do I find the "allowed/forbidden"
commands for another user.
I.e. if I do a "sudo -l" it shows what "alek" can do.
But I want to see what commands that "fred" can do.
I suspect this may not be doable, since it's possibly
a security hole - i.e. a "normal" user should not be able
to see what type of sudo commands another user can do,
but assuming I have sudo=ALL, is there a way for me to
get that list?
I tried doing a "sudo -u fred sudo -l" ... but it correctly
prompts me for fred's password ... which I don't know and
don't want to know.
Yes, I can look IN the sudoers file (or ask the user to run it),
but is there any clever way of doing that via sudo itself as an admin.
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