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7.10 The setuid log

Cfengine is always on the lookout for files which are setuid or setgid root. It doesn't go actively looking for them uninvited, but whenever you get cfagent to check a file or directory with the files feature, it will make a note of setuid programs it finds there. These are recorded in the file cfengine.host.log which is stored under /var/cfengine or /var/log/cfengine. When new setuid programs are discovered, a warning is printed, but only if you are root. If you ever want a complete list, delete the log file and cfengine will think that all of the setuid programs it finds are new. The log file is not readable by normal users.


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