Software: userv

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userv is a security boundary management daemon. It manages very carefully who is allowed to do what to what else. It differs from such things as sudo in that it is rather like a network service - the client asks the server to execute a request for it, and ties some or all of the file handles to the client. It is also possible to make sure that a malicious environment at the client end can't do anything nasty at the server end, as the service will inherit its environment from the daemon.

As RPMs (RedHat Package Manager)
  [I386-RPM] userv-1.0.1-1.i386.rpm
  [SRPM] userv-1.0.1-1.src.rpm
As a FreeBSD (4.3-STABLE) port
  [TAR] userv.tar

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