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For Linux, disable root if you don't need it. Use sudo with a properly configured sudoers file. This allows fine-grained control over what users have what superuser permissions (i.e. you can allow sudo only for Nessus). Alternatively, you can set permissions so the account running Nessus has permissions to access the resources it needs (this will be more ...



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