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ownership of root

  Date: Nov 24    Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu    Views: 360
  

I found a system where a root cannt change or modify any file or
administration tasks( no permission of root) even though root has
root permission in /etc/passwd file
ie "root:x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash".

Whts the trick behind this? can anybody tell me how to do this.

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Answer #1    Answered On: Nov 24    

Using CHOWN... you can transfer the ownership of practially all files to
another user. Then make a group for that user at 0, and move root
somewhere else. Dont try it on a production system, as it's bound to
make a few problems.

 
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