SECMODEL_SUSER(9) NetBSD Kernel Developer's Manual SECMODEL_SUSER(9)
secmodel_suser -- super-user security model
secmodel_suser implements the traditional super-user (root) as the user with effective user-id 0. The super-user is the host administrator, con- sidered to have higher privileges than other users.
secmodel_suser exposes a secmodel_eval(9) evaluation routine to test whether a set of credentials can be assimilated to super-user credentials or not. The parameters to secmodel_eval(9) are: id the unique identifier of secmodel_suser: "org.netbsd.secmodel.suser" what a string, "is-root". arg the kauth(9) credentials (kauth_cred_t) of the caller. ret a boolean, set by secmodel_suser to true when the credentials are equivalent to super-user, false otherwise.
If successful, the evaluation returns 0 with the ret argument being either true or false.
kauth(9), secmodel(9), secmodel_bsd44(9), secmodel_eval(9)
Elad Efrat <elad@NetBSD.org> NetBSD 9.0 December 4, 2011 NetBSD 9.0
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