Access control based on user, group, or global access.

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How to access files or getting rights access with NJrat

When I'm using NJrat to control my own computer, I can't delete, open or move some files. Are there some kind of security access I need to stop first? How can I change this to allow full access?
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Android apps: required permissions reported before installing are misleading

I've noticed several Android apps that advertise different permission requirements than they actually get after they are installed. I'm on Android 5.0.2. To be more specific: I locate an app ...
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Potential security issues in a two-part upload process

I use a pre-signed URL approach for uploading files to a private S3 bucket. A CloudFront distribution is configured to use this bucket as the source. The upload process is only available to ...
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Why allow access without an access token but deny access with an invalid access token?

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 ...
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Implementation of security policy using BLP

I'm studying for an exam that covers BLP (Bell-Lapadula) and I was wondering if the following could be represented using this policy. All the examples I've found online are of a simple hierarchical ...
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Pentesting - is there a way to check file permissions on linux remotely - KALI

I'm trying to modify a PHP file through a plugin on wordpress. Everything goes well, but I had to modify the permissions to 666 manually via terminal on the victim's machine, cause even when I'm ...
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Facebook app permissions

According to an answer to this question : Bypass app permissions, I changed by curiosity the application permission of Facebook and Messenger for the camera to always ask. I'm using CyanogenMod 12.0. ...
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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 ...