sudo su, any sudoer can go into the root prompt & thus change the root password!
Then what is the use of having a root & then the sudoers , because now sudoers can interfere with the root account!
Doesn't this sound ODD ??
sudo is just a way to become root, similar to login and su. Everyone who can run passwd as root can change root's password, there's nothing special about sudo.
No, this isn't odd. This is rather what the
By default, anybody in the
If you think it odd that users who are noted as admins can do this, comment out that line, or, and perhaps being more sensible, you just remove them from the
Additionally, you can allow only certain commands for certain users or groups through
Did you ran another
This was already discussed a long time ago by debian users here ;-)