N/APosted on - 10/06/2011
In Unix Security, Privilege, Shared and Super accounts both can access the most sensitive data, yet since Privilege is the most powerful, is there any sufficient auditing which makes it easy to track down problems and make sure that Administrators only do the role they are going to perform?
Unix Privilege and Shared Security System
The popular thing about UNIX is that it is standard, proved and portable. It allows people to do many things within. The problem with UNIX lies on security it is not secured enough to be used in modern technology. The only way to ensure security is through administration and being alert and vigilant. The security on UNIX is that the passwords on the system can only be used to verify whatever password you set earlier. UNIX has a system where you can avoid the use of password. When you are sure you will use it in public there is an option of using a different daemon. All this make it easy if one can sit down and ask the if question to have a careful way of ensuring shared accounts don't end up being useless.