File and process privileges
Privileges are possessed by processes. A process uses its
privileges to override specific system restrictions. A process cannot
override a specific system restriction without the appropriate privilege
Privileges may be placed on files, so that processes that execute
the file will pick up the associated privileges.
Privileges associated with a file
A file-Based privilege mechanism
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