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Network users are listed in the login window The setting controls whether network users are listed in the login window.

Verify the file permissions of init files The permissions of bash init files must be 444 or as appropriate. /etc/profile it is used to set system wide environmental variables on users shells. /etc/bashrc file is meant for setting command aliases and functions used by bash shell users.

Verify user who owns the csh init files The owner of csh init files must be root.

Verify group who owns the csh init files The group of csh init files must be wheel.

Verify the file permissions of csh init files The permissions of csh init files must be 644.

Set the Global Umask Setting for Users The default global umask setting must be set to '027' for user applications. The setting '027' ensures that user created files and directories will be readable, but not writable, by users that share the same group id. Users with a different group id will not be able to read or write those files. This mitigates the risk that unauthorized users might be able t ...

Verify user who owns the file /usr/bin/ipcs The owner of the ipcs executable must be root. The ipcs utility provides information on System V interprocess communication (IPC) facilities on the system.

Verify group who owns the file /usr/bin/ipcs The group of the ipcs executable must be root. The ipcs utility provides information on System V interprocess communication (IPC) facilities on the system.

Verify permissions on /usr/bin/ipcs file The permissions of the ipcs executable must be 511. The ipcs utility provides information on System V interprocess communication (IPC) facilities on the system.

Verify user who owns the file /bin/rcp The owner of the rcp executable must be root. The rcp utility copies files between machines.


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