> I don't know of any operating system that bases permissions on each
> program. So far as I know, every operating system bases the permissions on
> those associated with the user that "happens to" run the program. There is
> no operating system I know of where it is safe for a privileged user to
> run buggy or malicious userland programs.
WindowsNT can have per-thread permissions. This is similar to VMS. (Only
with VMS you have a bitmap and under NT you have ACLs).
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