The permissions of the apache2 log dir
- From: Titanus Eramius <titanus@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 2 Jun 2012 21:17:35 +0200
Last week i ran into the very restrictive folder permissions of the
apache2 log dir. They where "drwxr-x--- root adm" but I changed them
to "rwxr-xr-x root adm" so a unprivileged user may opdate webalizer
That got me thinking (which I generally don't like...), does anyone
know why the permissions are so strict, and is there a risk in the
change I've made beside that everybody now may read the logs?
The answer seems to elude me.
 Some sort of weblog presentaion program, http://www.webalizer.org
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