Re: Trusted Path Execution



1 set the noexec mount option on any filesystem that you don't want
executanles running on.
2 use acls to prevent execution of files, the bsd Mac framework is the
way to go
Ie remove executable bit on all files for everyone and leave hoe owner
and group then add users to the necessary groups

Only issue is monitoring newly created files and the bits set, default
umask can help

Regards
Daniel
Regards

Daniel

On 3/2/09, Paige Thompson <erratic@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
I would like to know that there is or is not a way to prevent users from
executing binaries that are not owned by root or that the user is in a
particular group. Is this something I can achieve with TrustedBSD's MAC
framework?
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