In Linux, do sudo and su belong to Capability-based security ? For example, when editing a system file, we usually need sudo or su to temporarily switch to user root. Does this example belong to ...
From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capability-based_security Capability-based security is to be contrasted with an approach that uses hierarchical protection domains. From ...
I have been looking into various research on identity, PKI and access control trying to boil it down to a simplified methodology for IAM (Identity & Access Management). One thing which pops up in ...
I recently asked a question about the differences between capabilities and mandatory access controls. Among the answers I got the point was made that systems like SE Linux in targeted mode are not a ...
Both Mandatory Access Controls and Capabilities allow for fine grained privileges to be assigned to applications irrespective or in place of privileges inherited by the running user. Is there any ...