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From: at (Chris Smith)
Subject: Unsecure file permission of ZoneAlarm pro. (ZA will fail to load)

On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 07:11, bipin gautam wrote:
> Not really, I've discoverd a NTFS feature (BUG?).
> well... If you have system/administrative privilages
> in a disk.... you can read/modify a file even though
> it has "EVERYONE: DENY" permission set.


CHECK OUT MY POC! h4x0r $ echo "bipin sucks" >> hax h4x0r $ chmod -rwx hax h4x0r $ ls -alo hax
----------  1 chris 12 Aug 23 21:58 hax h4x0r $ cat hax
cat: hax: Permission denied h4x0r $ sudo cat hax
bipin sucks h4x0r $

Superuser means _SUPERUSER_ (or administrator).

Not a bug, not a feature. It just is.


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