I agree. Have a look at /etc/shadow or wherever the credentials files are held (somewhere down /tcb/auth/files ?) where there is a file for each user. If the password is *LK* or something else that is not a random 13 character string, then they can't be logged onto anyway. In theory someone with super-user privilege could su to them without needing a password, but then they would have all privileges already.
When I runthe query in ssh shell sudo cat /etc/security/user , I see half of the users cut down from the display screen. what I want to do is using the somthing like "pop" that when I hit the enter key every time the screen should move to the next user? does some one has any idea how... (4 Replies)
Hey, I'm completely new at this and I was wondering if there is a way that I would be able to redirect the log files in a directories standard output and standard error into and excel spreadsheet in anyway?
Please remember don't use too advanced of terminology as I just started using shell... (6 Replies)
how can i get the result of a command to not give me its error. For example, on certain systems the 'zfs' command below is not available, but this is fine becaues I am testing against $? so i dont want to see the message " command not found" Ive tried outputting to /dev/null 2>&1 to no... (5 Replies)
What do we need to do to harden a freshly installed solaris OS? like disable telnet, no ftp for root etc...What all services you need to stop? How to check what ports are open? etc etc....please provide all tips that come to your mind...thanks:) (5 Replies)
Running a script in AIX 5.3. Users wanted me to add a "confirm you want to run script, enter 'y' or 'n'" kind of thing... here is what I came up with:
dateNow=`date "+%m.%d.%Y.%H.%M.%S"` # Get current date
mydatedfile=$myfile.$dateNow... (2 Replies)