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    SubjectRe: suid bit on directories
    On Mon, 20 May 2002, Jesse Pollard wrote:

    > > > No. You loose the fact that the file was NOT created by the user.
    > >
    > > the user in my example above would be wwwrun or httpd - and that does not
    > > make any sense at all! It would make much more sense if the new files
    > > belonged to the owner of the directory, who is the one who owns the
    > > virtual host.
    >
    > You can't tell who the user is. ANY user would be able to do that.

    Bzzzt. Only if the permissions permitted it.


    Example 1:

    /home/bob/public_html

    public_html is user/group bob/httpd

    the perms are 2770

    ============================

    Example 2:

    All users on the system have a primary or secondary group "users"

    /home/bob user/group bob/users

    perms are 701

    This explictly denies "users", yet allows Apache in (since it is running
    as httpd).


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