privbind 1.2-1.1build1 source package in Ubuntu


privbind (1.2-1.1build1) bionic; urgency=high

  * No change rebuild to pick up -fPIE compiler default

 -- Balint Reczey <email address hidden>  Tue, 03 Apr 2018 12:40:07 +0000

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privbind_1.2.orig.tar.gz 320.7 KiB 16169c25f3429e530bd3e8b448898649f19f7870f1359e815383692d5615ba97
privbind_1.2-1.1build1.debian.tar.xz 10.2 KiB a8b1d160cc561439bb81ae29ff26f0f9a5dbc8847ed6bf4973dfdafd35fe9ea3
privbind_1.2-1.1build1.dsc 1.8 KiB 11e561fe5d8e466d5a62deb1520b400d3626d9f1fb1d128b586e4bbc5b45abf1

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privbind: Allow unprivileged apps to bind to a privileged port

 Privbind is a utility that allows running non-root applications, only giving
 them one root privilege - binding to low (<1024) ports. The aim is similar,
 though using a completely different method, to "authbind".
 Privbind is a completely user space solution. It has no SUID executables, and
 has to be started by a root user instead.
 Privbind is useful for cases where there is a need to run an untrusted program
 that needs to bind to a low port, but requires no other root privilege. It is
 also useful if a daemon has no capability to drop privileges itself.

privbind-dbgsym: debug symbols for privbind