At one time some *nix versions allowed you to 'chmod a+x-r-x YourScript.plx' and the script could execute, but someone couldn't copy it, modify it or delete it.
I think the 'user:group' had to be 'bin:bin'. It may not work with your platforms, but you could try it.
Your problem is not a technical one, but a management problem!
Have you mentioned this to the manager(s) of the problem user(s).
Why do they want to allow this?
Good Luck! You need it...Ed
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