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The standard accounts that are created during the HP-UX installation, eg, bin,adm,daemon,uucp,lp,hpdb and nobody have their own shell.
Will there be any impact if we change these user's shell to /bin/false?
Like processes get interrupted, files cannot be generated, etc.
Regards (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: anaigini45
We have Windows 10 machine connected to Sparc T5440 server via serial cable.
We access the server from the Windows 10 machine using putty via serial connection. This allows us to access ILOM and Unix.
We have recently noticed that whenever we reboot the windows machine (Windows 10),... (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: jasonu
We have a requirement to vary the minimum password criteria by the group to which a user belongs.
For example a standard user should have a password with a minimum length of 12 and containing a mix of characters whereas an administrator should have a password with a minimum length of 14... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: gregsih
Does anyone have any experience hardening the c-icap.conf file? Here is the default config file, it has a lot of options; sorry about how long it is. I have removed some entries that were not needed as well, but it is still so long :D. Any help is much appreciated as I have never dealt with ICAP.
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Discussion started by: savigabi
Where I could find information about "Jass hardening" for Solaris10?
Because, I change the /opt/SUNWjass/Files/etc/syslog.conf file. But yet I don't know if I must restart the jass (and how?) or I must to copy /opt/SUNWjass/Files/etc/syslog.conf to /etc/syslog.conf?
Thanks for your... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: hiddenshadow
6. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
We've got a FTP server that's open to the public network and its running on Suse SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86_64) SP2
Now, since it's an FTP server I can't disable that service, but how else do I harden this server from attacks from outside?
I am thinking of disabling the firewall and... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: hedkandi
Currently we are hardening our Solaris server using the Sun provided Jass Security tool kit.
How Can I implement the same security level on SUSE11 SP1?
Are there any tools similar/equivalent to Jass for SUSE11 SP1?
Tanks and Regards (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: vcfko
Is there any script or program which i can use to verify that my hardening setting is all correct ? Recently i am given a task to make sure my Sun servers are all harden properly though sunjass was already introduced. I need to generate a report to convince my manager that the settings... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: ahlude
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)
Discussion started by: rcmrulzz
So I've just done my first install of Solaris. I installed it on an x86 system and am now in the processing of figuring out what I need to do to 'harden' it. I've got the Security kit downloaded (jass) but I am not sure what to do with the .tar file.
I can't seem to find any easy steps to... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: flood