Securing log rotation

Matthew Hawkins matthew at
Mon Aug 20 10:35:12 EST 2001

On Thu, 16 Aug 2001, Shaw, Dale wrote:
> Does Linux have an equivalent to BSD's kernel security levels?

Kind of.  Many nasty types of system calls are wrapped around what is
termed "capabilities".  By default, the superuser has all capabilities.
This can be changed with a call to capset(2).


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