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Re: login: no shell: /bin/bash: Permission denied
On Wed, Mar 06, 2002 at 11:12:11AM -0800, Andrew DeFaria wrote:
> You imply that somebody has the ability to change user context! If so
> then who is that somebody (USER)?
I have to tell that each week (day?) again, apparently. It's SYSTEM.
> It's my understanding that the only thing(s) that use login are things
> like telnet/rlogin/rsh.
> Frustrated by the lack of su(1M)!
Did you ever try to understand NT security? Otherwise you would
know know the cause for this restriction. It's exceptionally not
because we're mean!
> Oh, BTW, here's a potential security problem:
> $ rsh hosta id
> uid=1370(adefaria) gid=513(Domain Users) groups=0(Everyone),512(Domain
> $ rsh hosta -l otheruser id
> uid=1269(otheruser) gid=513(Domain Users) groups=0(Everyone),513(Domain
> Users),1203(Engineering),1170(Everybody),2171(Product Team),1215(Service
> Group),1331(Software),1298(TDM Group)
> How did I rsh as another user and not be prompted for a password?
Because you have an .rhosts file? I assume you know how rsh
works on U*X systems, don't you?
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