Replace non-canonical permissions through overarching rights

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Replace non-canonical permissions through overarching rights

Background / Value

Access control entries (ACEs) have a particular order in the DACL depending on their type. Specifically ACEs that deny access are listed before ACEs that grant access. The order of ACEs significantly determines the effective access rights of the user. You may encounter security risks, because applications and programs can not be prevented from writing ACEs in a random order. 8MATE Clean repairs non-canonical permissions and ensures that standards are reapplied.


Alternative service:

If you would like to ensure that permission differences remain between parent and child directory, please use the following service:


8MATE Clean! handbook: correcting non-canonical permissions


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