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Linux Hardening Oct 11 2007 12:36PM
jvicente asft net (4 replies)
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 17 2007 02:18PM
Jackson, Ben (ITD) (Ben Jackson state ma us)
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Re: Linux Hardening Oct 11 2007 08:21PM
Matthew Lee Hinman (matthew hinman gmail com) (2 replies)
RE: Linux Hardening Oct 11 2007 11:58PM
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 11 2007 09:03PM
JP Vicente (jvicente asft net) (3 replies)
Re: Linux Hardening Oct 17 2007 09:53PM
David Francos Cuartero (XayOn) (yo orco gmail com)

El 11/10/2007, a las 23:03, JP Vicente escribió:

> Below is the exact error that I got when I ran Bastille on FC7 and
> RHEL5.
>
>
Let's see.. RH and FC...

>
> [root@localhost ~]# InteractiveBastille
> ERROR: Couldn't determine Red Hat version! Setting to 9!
> ERROR: Couldn't determine Red Hat version! Setting to 9!
> ERROR: Couldn't determine Red Hat version! Setting to 9!
> NOTE: Valid display found; defaulting to Tk (X) interface.
> ERROR: Couldn't determine Red Hat version! Setting to 9!
> NOTE: Using Tk user interface module.
> ERROR: Couldn't determine Red Hat version! Setting to 9!
> NOTE: Only displaying questions relevant to the current
> configuration.
> ERROR: Couldn't determine Red Hat version! Setting to 9!
> ERROR: Could not load the 'Tk.pm' interface module.This may be
> due to an
> invalid $DISPLAY setting,or the module not being visible
> to Perl.
>
>
Sorry but I've only tested it on debian based linux systems...
It's seems that it's not ready for your red-hat version but may be
the differences are not critical and you can exec it anyway...

>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matthew Lee Hinman [mailto:matthew.hinman (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
> Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2007 4:21 PM
> To: JP Vicente
> Cc: focus-linux (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Subject: Re: Linux Hardening
>
> The tool is still being actively developed and supported. 3.09 is
> indeed the latest verion (found here: http://bastille-
> linux.sourceforge.net/index.html)
> Can you give a little bit more info about how this isn't working on
> later versions of Linux? (like an error message, etc)
>
> - Lee
>
> * jvicente (at) asft (dot) net [email concealed] <jvicente (at) asft (dot) net [email concealed]> [2007-10-11 12:36:39 -0000]:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>>
>> I was looking for a Linux hardening tool. I found Bastille. The
>> latest = version that I was able to find is 3.09. I cannot seem to
>> get this = version to work on later versions of Linux (RHEL 5, FC
>> 6,7) = distributions.
>>
>>
>> Is this tool still being supported? Is there a similar tool out
>> there?
>>
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>> JP
>
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Re: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 02:04AM
Matthew Lee Hinman (matthew hinman gmail com)
RE: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 01:43AM
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 04:08PM
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