[sudo-workers] disable -s

Todd C. Miller Todd.Miller at courtesan.com
Sun Jun 8 14:08:51 EDT 2008

In message <20080608113120.GA10522 at radiocom.net.ua>
	so spake Victor (wiki):

> Sorry, I see that question on subj was some time ago.
> But. Now I have situation that my users is the used commands as "sudo -
> s -u root", and on
> this not save logging information about enterred command.
> Maybe we can add new option on source core for disable it?

There's nothing magic about "sudo -s", it will only allow the user
to run a shell if the sudoers file allows it.  It is simply shorthand
for "sudo $SHELL".  If you don't want your users to be able to run
a shell, their sudoers entries just have to reflect that.

 - todd

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