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CAUTION: A good permissions hierarchy is only a partial solution. As an administrator, it is important that you take precautions to protect your data on a social level by educating them. If your users are not aware of the consequences of placing a sensitive file in a potentially public area (such as a folder named Public ), you will likely have a security breach due simply to user ignorance.
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Mac OS X 10.4 saw the introduction of ACLs, and Apple has continually refined them through the various iterations. For a traditional Windows system administrator, ACLs are likely easier to work with than POSIX. ACLs match the permission options almost identically. In fact, as we mentioned earlier, the OS X NFSv4 ACL format, is compatible with Windows ACLs. A file s access control list is completely extensible, allowing you to assign very granular permissions to specific users and groups. It frees you from the constraints of the POSIX user/group/everyone paradigm, and greatly simplifies permissions management. On top of their extensibility, ACLs also define numerous different access levels and inheritance capabilities, which allow for especially effective permissions hierarchies.
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There are approximately 17 different access rights that the ACL system allows you to apply to a file or directory. An access control entry, or ACE, is simply a specification which includes either a user or a group combined with an allow or deny directive, and a comma-separated list of one or more rights. These rights can be broken down into four different categories: Administration, Read Permissions, Write Permissions, and Inheritance.
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The Administration category includes two permissions capabilities: Change Permissions: Users with this right can manage privileges on a file via POSIX or ACLs. They may also delete any ACLs on the file or folder, so assign this permission with caution. When using chmod to manage ACLs (discussed later), you grant the change permissions with the writesecurity privilege. Change Ownership: Enabling this for a user enables that individual user to assume ownership of a file. However, that person can t transfer ownership to anyone else. To do so, a user must have root access. You can grant the assume ownership privilege with the chown permission when using the chmod utility, which we ll discuss a bit later in this section.
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The Read category includes five specific permissions: Read: The read privilege behaves similarly on both files and directories, letting users view the content of both. If you re working with ACLs from the command line, you grant this right using read for files and list for directories. Execute/Search: The execute and search bits behave similarly to the execute bit in the POSIX model, though they are now given differentiating descriptions to more clearly define the delineation between execution capability that it provides when applied to a file, verses the list/traverse behavior that is accompanied with the attribute when applied to a folder. From the command line, you grant this privilege using the execute permission for files and the search permission for folders, though the terms can be used interchangeably when applying to either. Read Attribute: This permission is granted, using the readattr privilege, to let a user view the data describing a file s characteristics, such as its size, ownership, mode, inode number, and file creation, modification, and access times. You enable this permission with the readattr privilege. Read Ext Attribute: This permission allows a user to read a file s extended-attribute data: file attributes commonly utilized by the OS, such as information about the OS X quarantine system, Time Machine, disk-image checksums, and third-party software for metadata purposes. Extended attributes are also responsible for the data found under the More Info tab when you get information on a file. Use the readextattr permission to grant this right. Read Permissions: Given this privilege, a user can view security information, such as ACLs or POSIX permissions, as well as ownership of a file or folder. To assign this right, use the readsecurity privilege.
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