chmod command

I‘m getting this message in my /var/log/cron

Mar 12 09:20:01 server2 crond[1267]: (*system*) BAD FILE MODE (/etc/cron.d/vnstat)

How do I fix this problem under Fedora / CentO / RHEL or any Linux distro?

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What does it mean for a file to be “setuid?” How do keep track of all setuid enabled file?

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How do I restrict access to a given command for instance /opt/apps/start, to authorized users only under Linux / UNIX / BSD operating system?

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How do I configure file system quotas to control how much available storage space can be used on a given UFS file system (such as /export/home) under Solaris UNIX operating systems?

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How do I list only user dot-files from $HOME under UNIX and Linux operating systems? How do I ensure that user Dot-Files are not World-writable?

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How do I find out all world writable directories have sticky bits set under CentOS Linux server?

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