sudo and /etc/sudoers

jdd jdd at
Tue Dec 30 08:50:13 UTC 2008

jdow a écrit :

> In most cases if there is private unmonitored physical access to the
> machine you can figure that security is nil. You reboot the machine
> with substitute media of some sort and walk through the password reset
> drill. I've done that several times. It's WAY easier than opening a
> GSA safe after forgetting the password and not having it written down
> because the last time the guy set it he screwed up.

don't work in encrypted system... I remember having to phone a company
that installed my boss server three years before I come. Thanksfully
the install guy was still there and used his roaming password :-(

Linux *is* so stable it can run very long without change



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