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Ensure rsh client is not installed The rsh package contains the client commands for the rsh services.

Ensure talk client is not installed The talk software makes it possible for users to send and receive messages across systems through a terminal session.

Ensure telnet server is not enabled The telnet-server package contains the telnet daemon, which accepts connections from users from other systems via the telnet protocol.

Ensure the X Window system is not installed The X Window system provides a Graphical User Interface (GUI) where users can have multiple windows in which to run programs and various add on. The X Window system is typically used on desktops where users login, but not on servers where users typically do not login.

Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is designed to synchronize system clocks across a variety of systems and use a source that is highly accurate. More information on NTP can be found at http://www.ntp.org. NTP can be configured to be a client and/or a server.

Ensure LDAP is not enabled The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) was introduced as a replacement for NIS/YP. It is a service that provides a method for looking up information from a central database.

Install TCP Wrappers TCP Wrappers provides a simple access list and standardized logging method for services capable of supporting it. In the past, services that were called from inetd and xinetd supported the use of tcp wrappers. As inetd and xinetd have been falling in disuse, any service that can support tcp wrappers will have the libwrap.so library attached to it.

Install the rsyslog package The rsyslog package is a third party package that provides many enhancements to syslog, such as multi-threading, TCP communication, message filtering and data base support.

Install AIDE In some installations, AIDE is not installed automatically.

Set SSH Protocol to 2 SSH supports two different and incompatible protocols: SSH1 and SSH2. SSH1 was the original protocol and was subject to security issues. SSH2 is more advanced and secure.

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