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In Windows they are used for a long time already, but most Linux-users probably don't even know that their system supports them too. Access Control Lists (ACLs) extend the regular permissions we all know with the possibility to give permissions for specific users/groups.

With a little example I want to show how to use ACLs in Linux.

I just ran into this question and thought I'll post it here to see what others think.
My personal opinion is that it doesn't, and here's why:

Undermining Windows

A common goal of the promoters of Linux and free software in general is getting people to switch from Windows to Linux.

A while ago I've already blogged about having a new hobby, comedy.

NASL goreng

Well, I've been reading through an older security-book I have here and found a chapter about the Nessus Attack Scripting Language, short NASL.