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Suse Security Settings


PermitEmptyPasswords is set to No

# grep "^PermitEmptyPasswords" /etc/ssh/sshd_config
PermitEmptyPasswords no

If there is no output does it implies '
As parameter was not set mean system will also not accepted emptypassword.'

Users is not allowed to set Environment Options

# grep PermitUserEnvironment   /etc/ssh/sshd_config

 PermitUserEnvironment no

Similiarly if there is no output does it implies that : As the environment was not set mean user restrict from environment option.
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1. Where is a question?

2. Look at man 5 sshd_config, you'll see their default values for your system. Or run:

$ sshd -f /dev/null -T

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grep "^PermitEmptyPasswords" /etc/ssh/sshd_config if there is not output does it mean that empty password is not allowed?
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