How do you make an executable file, when be accessed, pop up a little window requesting the password (as of now it is set to all executable, owner read and right, group and others only read.)
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If you are faced with a non-root remote command execution vulnerability, and there is a foreign executable that's running on your Linux system from a user with only non-administrator privileges, what's the best way to preserve the executable and its state, and terminate the access?
The executable file itself is marked as deleted, so, it's not possible to simply make a copy of it.
How can i make any python programme (.py) executable so that i just click on it and it runs.
I tried making it executable from the permission window and also by chmode, i added the shebang but still i have to execute it through the terminal or through idle.
What should i do ?
I need to set executable file's properties to make it executable for every user with root's privileges. I found out that SUID will do the trick so I set file's properties with chmod command for owner, for user group and I tried to set it for other users also, but even though there was no error message, file properties do not change.