How do I see who has access to a particular file or directory?
VigilEnt Security Agent for Unix 4.0
VigilEnt Security Agent for Unix 5.0
VigilEnt Security Agent for Unix 3.2
ACL reports in the Report Viewer utility and VigilEnt Security Manager identify conflicts between permissions that are set for directories that are in the path to a target file and permissions of the target file itself.
For example, in the path,
/export/home/userx/program.sh, the file
program.sh may have world writable permissions, but the
/export/home/userx directory permissions may only allow root to modify and execute files in that directory. This feature allows administrators to assess who really has access to a particular file or directory.