Set user SetUID and set group SetGID programs and scripts
Set user (SetUID) and set group (SetGID) programs and scripts are a powerful mechanism provided by Unix to support “controlled invocation” to manage access to sensitive resources. However, precisely because of this it is a potential security hole, and bugs in such programs have led to many compromises on Unix systems. Detail a command you could use to locate all set user or group scripts and programs on a Unix system, and how you might use this information.
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