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MAC sudo users able to stop ATP

Why wasn't the sudo commands for stopping services on MAC also password protected. I have users disabling ATP: "/usr/local/McAfee/atp/bin/ATPControl stop" and protection for stopping of services does not cover this. Maybe I'm missing something also, but other than if ATP is "communicating" or not is the only way i have to see if it is stopped or running. Could you please let me know if I am missing something!
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AdithyanT McAfee Employee
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Re: MAC sudo users able to stop ATP

Hi @User63735804,

I am sorry to see this unresponded since you posted on Friday. I would like to suggest you move this post to Mac and Linux products page where you can get help form experts on this product who monitor that forum.

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