> I have a problem with my system administrator.
> We have the wrapper like this:
> -rwsrwxr-x root Majordom wrapper*
> and The administrator don't want this, because, say, it's not secure for the
> system. It's true?
> Can a hacker, copy a shell to the majordomo directory an execute like root?
> I don't know how answer him, because, i'm not a unix guru.
> Is there any response for him? Is there any permissions more
> secure? (POSSIX) >
> any help will be appreciated
> Thanks in advance and sorry for my english
> P.D. The system : SCO Unix 3.2, Sendmail V5. Perl 5.001 patch i,
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