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PORT FORWARDING
ROOT ACCESS
FULL CONTROL
USER ID
NORMAL USER
INSTALLING SOFTWARE
USER ACCOUNTS
CHANGE
ACCOUNT
SSH
DAEMON
SETUID
SUDO
LINUX
USER
CHROOT
LOCAL USERS
ROOT PRIVILEGES
ROOT ACCOUNT
ROOT USER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. The root user is part of the wheel group by default and doing this will permit only members of the administrative group wheel to use the program. (Web site)
  2. The root user is allowed to run protected administrative commands, such as accessing passwords, installing software and viewing all system files and data. (Web site)

Port Forwarding

  1. Port forwarding is commonly done on Unix-derived computers where port numbers numbered below 1024 can only be accessed by software running as the root user.

Root Access

  1. When a file system is exported, by default, the root user is not granted root access to that exported file systems. (Web site)

Full Control

  1. Each virtual environment can have different applications and the root user is in full control, just like a dedicated server. (Web site)

User Id

  1. The server maintains an effective user ID of the logged-in user, reverting to the root user only when binding addresses to sockets. (Web site)

Normal User

  1. I am able to telnet to using a normal user, but not as a root user. (Web site)

Installing Software

  1. Unless you are installing software or doing anything else that requires you to be a root user don't do it. (Web site)

User Accounts

  1. Functionally, a VPS is a separate machine with its own administrator (root user), users (system and user accounts), user disk quotas, services and software.

Change

  1. You can change the group of a file only if you are a root user or if you own the file. (Web site)

Account

  1. VMWare ESX 3 security restricts SSH access by the root user account by default.
  2. Method 1: Access via Administrative Users Only In this access method, direct shell access to the root user account is disallowed over the network.
  3. Now you should be able to FTP to this server with any account that exists on the system except for the root user. (Web site)

Ssh

  1. This document describes several methods of setting up secure access to the root user on VPS v2 using ssh and other common tools.

Daemon

  1. The restricted functionality of the daemon protects your system from attempts to execute general commands as the root user using rsh.

Setuid

  1. The command should be setuid to the root user and have the trusted computing base attribute.

Sudo

  1. Consider sudo as a means for accountability, and don't expect it to replace the root user and still be secure. (Web site)

Linux

  1. It's worth noting that in Linux, the Linux ext2 filesystem by default reserves a small amount of space for the root user. (Web site)

User

  1. The root user can move and delete any file in the system, including system files not available to any other user.
  2. That means that this user will be able to log into the server, but won't be able to perform any root tasks until the user switches to the root user.

Chroot

  1. The number of ways that root user can break out of chroot is huge. (Web site)

Local Users

  1. It has been reported that local users on Mac OS X can execute applications and shells as the root user. (Web site)

Root Privileges

  1. The ioperm() call requires your program to have root privileges; thus you need to either run it as the root user, or make it setuid root. (Web site)

Root Account

  1. It is also referred to as the root account, root user and the superuser. (Web site)
  2. Choose Security Enable Root User and type a password for the root account.

Root User

  1. The root user, sometimes called the superuser, is a special user account in Mac OS X that has read and write privileges to all areas of the file system.
  2. Which means that the root user on the client can't access or change files that only root on the server can access or change. (Web site)
  3. This had to be done as the root user (root is the only user that has these privileges). (Web site)

Categories

  1. Root Account
  2. Root Privileges
  3. User Accounts
  4. Local Users
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