Re: [PATCH] set*uid() must not fail-and-return on OOM/rlimits
From: Kari Hurtta
Date: Mon Aug 21 2006 - 01:04:14 EST
Alan Cox <alan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Ar Sul, 2006-08-20 am 10:52 +0300, ysgrifennodd Kari Hurtta:
> > Perhaps stupid suggestion:
> > Should there be new signal for 'failure to drop privileges' ?
> > ( perhaps SIGPRIV or is this name free )
> > By default signal terminates process.
> Programs are allowed (and now and then do) intentionally let a setuid
> fail. A custom selinux or audit rule might be appropriate but that kind
> of hackery is not.
Commented code/patch used SIGKILL. By allocating new signal programs
_are_ allowed intentionally let a setuid fail.
/ Kari Hurtta
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