Preventing non-root users from transferring root owned files
rcorujo at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 5 18:54:19 GMT 2007
It seems that a non-root user is able to copy root owned files. By that I
mean a file that has "400" permission, for example.
rsync <server_host_name>::base_image/etc/<root_owned_file> .
The "rsyncd.conf" file has "uid=root" and "gid=root".
What options do I need to use so that root can copy root owned files, but
non-root users cannot copy root owned files? That is, how do I get rsync to
honor file permissions the same way that the "cp" command would?
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