Windows 2008 and the handling of Owner Rights permissions
realrichardsharpe at gmail.com
Sun Mar 4 11:08:37 MST 2012
2012/3/4 Richard Sharpe <realrichardsharpe at gmail.com>:
> Here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd125370%28v=WS.10%29.aspx
> it suggests that if an ACL on an object contains the Owner Rights
> principal (S-1-3-4) and the permissions do not contain WRITE_DAC and
> READ_CONTROL then the current handling of se_access_check
> (libcli/security/access_check.c) is incorrect.
> The solution seems simple. Defer the check for SEC_STD_WRITE_DAC and
> SEC_STD_READ_CONTROL until after we have scanned the ACL and save the
> permissions associated with S-1-3-4 in a variable that starts out as
> ~0 and is used with SEC_STD_WRITE_DAC and SEC_STD_READ_CONTROL to
> determine the default permissions that should apply and therefore
> those bits that should be removed ...
> Thoughts? I guess I need to fire up a Windows Server 2008 VM to see if
> this applies to file objects, but I suspect it does.
What I don't know is whether or not a DENY entry for Owner Rights is
allowed or has the obvious meaning.
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