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Message Posted: Wed, 07 Jun 2000 @ 13:56:53 GMT
| Subj: || || ASF2 script security |
| From: || || Mark Rosseter |
I have been waiting for UNIX system admin at a government account to install and certify ASF2 for 3 months. The latest nit they have
picked is their claim that once a script is loaded into ASF2 it has no security in the sense that any ASF2 user may access it. The claim is
that ASF2 overrides UNIX file security. This is an important issue at this government account because different agencies do not want to
share access to passwords, scripts, etc. And are adamant to the point of acute paranoia in this regard. I would have thought normal UNIX
file security would apply to these scripts, but have no access to ASF2 at this point to prove this one way or the other.
Does anyone know of a way to provide security for ASF2 scripts?