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RE: privacy in Unix enviroment



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" Vladimir Z. Nuri" a.k.a. Larry Detweiler asks:

>Subject: privacy in Unix environment
>Date: Thu, 15 Sep 94 20:07:03 -0700
>From: "Vladimir Z. Nuri" <[email protected]>
>Sender: [email protected]
>Precedence: bulk

>Hello everyone, here is a question well suited for the c'punks.
>I'm looking for some kind of utility that will allow script files
>to be run, to spawn off processes, but will wipe out environment
>and "ps" info from being read. i.e. imagine that the commands
>being called must shield their arguments and environment from
>the "ps" command run on a system. the ideal program would let
>me run csh scripts but make all the unix commands called
>(sort, grep, whatever) invisible to other users on my local
>system.

>can it be done?

>note: I am aware of the trick of using symbolic links to hide
>command names.

>tx.
>bye


 So, what'cha up to now Detweiler?

Brian Williams
Extropian
Cypherpatriot

"Cryptocosmology: Sufficently advanced communication is
                  indistinguishable from noise." --Steve Witham

 "Have you ever had your phones tapped by the government? YOU WILL
  and the company that'll bring it to you....  AT&T" --James Speth
 














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