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SubjectRe: Are setuid #!/foo/bar scripts secure in Linux ?
On Thu, 8 Aug 1996, Zefram wrote:

> >Subject: Are setuid #!/foo/bar scripts secure in Linux ?
>
> Perfectly secure. They run unprivileged.
>

To elaberate, all scripts that have #!/whatever at the start are
considered so insecure (rightly or wrongly), that the privilaged bit's
are ignored.

> -zefram
>
Bryn
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