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Old 04-08-2008, 04:50 AM   #1
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Only show own processes for regular users


Is it possible to show only own processes when regular users call commands like ps, top or pstree? Some users do not need to know what commands other users execute and I want to avoid any security holes through that.

Are there any possibilities without root kits and evil methods?
 
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GRSecurity can provide you with that kind of privilege separation by showing a user only the PIDs it owns or has been given rights to (see the evil docs).
 
  


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