Bugzilla – sudo: User Impersonation
Bugzilla includes the ability to have one user impersonate another, in something called a sudo session, so long as the person doing the impersonating has the appropriate privileges.
While a session is in progress, Bugzilla will act as if the impersonated user is doing everything. This is especially useful for testing, and for doing critical work when the impersonated user is unavailable. The impersonated user will receive an email from Bugzilla when the session begins; they will not be told anything else.
To use this feature, you must be a member of the appropriate group. The group includes all administrators by default. Other users, and members of other groups, can be given access to this feature on a case-by-case basis. To request access, contact the maintainer of this installation: email@example.com.
If you would like to be protected from impersonation, you should contact the maintainer of this installation to see if that is possible. People with access to this feature are protected automatically.
You are not a member of an appropriate group. You may not use this feature.