An ansible role to manage sudo (multiplatform). Most GNU/Linux distributions are supported. FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD are supported.
This software aims to be a UNIX tool for generic secure usage when in need of privilege escalation. It is designed to run SUID, with "super-user powers" to execute things as root on the system it is installed. Main differences compared to sudo: - Easier audit thanks to literate development methodology - Fewer lines of code, fewer features, fewer dependencies - No configuration file, no parsers - Public domain licensing SUD is designed for security: it leverages all possible measures to avoid