Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of PrivilegeSeparation


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Timestamp:
03/14/12 12:12:34 (6 years ago)
Author:
Samuli Seppänen
Comment:

Fixed a small typo

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  • PrivilegeSeparation

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    2020 * ''Interactive user''. This is the user account ''the end user'' uses to log in to the operating system. Most end-user applications run as this user, so it should be granted as few privileges as possible.
    21  * ''Unprivileged user''. Any unprivileged user account. ''Not'' the same as the interactive user. For example, on many Linuxes OpenVPN runs as such, usually ''nobody::nogroup'', after initialization.
     21 * ''Unprivileged user''. Any unprivileged user account. ''Not'' the same as the interactive user. For example, on many Linuxes OpenVPN runs as such, usually ''nobody:nogroup'', after initialization.
    2222 * ''Privileged user''. Any user account that can do privileged operations. In OpenVPN context these operations are things such as adding routes or bringing up the TUN/TAP interface.
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