I am running my own server, on which I have different services (Nginx etc.). All these (internet) services are / should be secured with SSL (offcialy signed). The key files / certificates are located ...
I encountered a data storage service with rather weird access policies. There're "folders" with "files" and each "folder" can have either of the following permissions: anyone in the world can ...
I have a couple of CentOS VMs as part of a class I'm taking, I'm just trying to understand how loose permissions (other than the obvious 777) can be taken advantage of. The targetted account on VM1 ...
Is it a security risk to give read/write permissions to /Library/WebServer/Documents to my main account?
The default setting is that the apache2 root-directory Documents is owned by root and I have to enter a password each time I change it. This is why I want to give full permissions to my user account ...