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Lock Inactive User Accounts User accounts that have been inactive for over a given period of time can be automatically disabled. It is recommended that accounts that are inactive for 35 or more days be disabled.

Restrict root Login to System Console The file /etc/securetty contains a list of valid terminals that may be logged in directly as root.

Disable Mounting of hfs Filesystems The hfs filesystem type is a hierarchical filesystem that allows you to mount Mac OS filesystems.

Ensure chargen is not enabled chargen is a network service that responds with 0 to 512 ASCII characters for each connection it receives. This service is intended for debugging and testing purposes. It is recommended that this service be disabled.

Configure rsyslog to Send Logs to a Remote Log Host The rsyslog utility supports the ability to send logs it gathers to a remote log host running syslogd(8) or to receive messages from remote hosts, reducing administrative overhead.

Ensure echo is not enabled echo is a network service that responds to clients with the data sent to it by the client. This service is intended for debugging and testing purposes. It is recommended that this service be disabled.

Set Password Change Minimum Number of Days The PASS_MIN_DAYS parameter in /etc/login.defs allows an administrator to prevent users from changing their password until a minimum number of days have passed since the last time the user changed their password. It is recommended that PASS_MIN_DAYS parameter be set to 7 or more days.

Set Password Expiration Days The PASS_MAX_DAYS parameter in /etc/login.defs allows an administrator to force passwords to expire once they reach a defined age. It is recommended that the PASS_MAX_DAYS parameter be set to less than or equal to 90 days.

Verify User/Group Ownership on /etc/shadow The /etc/shadow file contains the one-way cipher text passwords for each user defined in the /etc/passwd file. The command below sets the user and group ownership of the file to root.

Set Permissions on /etc/ssh/sshd_config The /etc/ssh/sshd_config file contains configuration specifications for sshd. The command below sets the owner and group of the file to root.


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