26 September 2021

Least Privilege Principle

Least Privilege Principle

  • Last responsible Moment is a coding principle.
  • The principle of least privilege (PoLP; also known as the principle of least authority) is an important concept in computer security, promoting minimal user profile privileges on computers, based on users’ job necessities.
    • It can also be applied to processes on the computer; each system component or process should have the least authority necessary to perform its duties.
    • This helps reduce the “attack surface” of the computer by eliminating unnecessary privileges that can result in network exploits and computer compromises.
    • It can be applied to processes on the computer
    • It is also known as the principle of least authority
    • Promoting minimal user profile privileges on computers, based on users’ job necessities
    • Each system component or process should have the least authority necessary to perform its duties.

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