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Being root without enabling root
Authored by: beauh on Dec 01, '03 03:11:40PM

This isn't really a security hole, as all users with sudo access can be easily configured in /etc/sudoers. By default all users in group admin have full access to the sudo command, but quite a bit of configuration can be done here to customize what you want people to be able to do.

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