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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Protecting Files (Task Map)

The following task map points to sets of procedures for protecting files.

Task

Description

For Instructions

Use UNIX permissions to protect files

Views UNIX permissions on files. Protects files with UNIX permissions.

Protecting Files With UNIX Permissions (Task Map)

Use ACLs to protect files

Adds ACLs to protect files at a more granular level than UNIX permissions can.

Protecting Files With ACLs (Task Map)

Protect system from files that pose a security risk

Finds executable files that have suspicious ownership. Disables files that can damage the system.

Protecting Against Programs With Security Risk (Task Map)

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