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Linux Hardening Oct 11 2007 12:36PM
jvicente asft net (4 replies)
Re: Linux Hardening Nov 24 2009 04:19PM
Tony Murphy (tmurphy trustedcs com)
Re: Linux Hardening Oct 13 2007 04:06AM
Jure Krasovic (jure krasovic lusp com) (2 replies)
Re: Linux Hardening Oct 17 2007 02:48PM
Liran Cohen (theog rct co il)
RE: Linux Hardening Oct 16 2007 09:02PM
rchamberland (rchamberland chs ca) (1 replies)
RE: Linux Hardening Oct 17 2007 02:18PM
Jackson, Ben (ITD) (Ben Jackson state ma us)
http://bastille-linux.sourceforge.net/news_updates.htm

Seems pretty active to me... They've had a recent name change due to a
domain dispute, but I pretty sure they're still ticking along merrily...

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On Behalf Of rchamberland
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2007 5:02 PM
To: 'Jure Krasovic'; jvicente (at) asft (dot) net [email concealed]
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Subject: RE: Linux Hardening

I don't think the Bastille project has any activity.

The Bastille forums seem dead, the bug tickets and feature requests
listed on sourceforge are years old and none have been closed, there's
practically no news, what little news there is now has just been updated
after almost a year of nothing at all. I think it's basically been
abandoned for just over a year and might only now be getting some
activity.

And I encounter the same problem - Bastille is unable to detect the
latest version for either RHEL or Fedora, and these have been out for a
while now.

However, I find that if I just ignore the version errors and go ahead
and harden, it does work. If it can't find something it just reports it
and moves on to the next step. So it's still useful.

And it can be used in combination with SElinux.

Rob C

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On Behalf Of Jure Krasovic
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 12:06 AM
To: jvicente (at) asft (dot) net [email concealed]
Cc: focus-linux (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: Re: Linux Hardening

jvicente (at) asft (dot) net [email concealed] pravi:
> 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
>
>
>
SELinux is already included in RHEL and their clones. May be you should
try it.

Regards!

Jure

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Re: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 06:10AM
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Re: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 04:36PM
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Re: Linux Hardening Oct 11 2007 08:21PM
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 11 2007 11:58PM
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 17 2007 06:18AM
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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
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Re: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 02:04AM
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 01:43AM
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 04:08PM
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RE: Linux Hardening Oct 12 2007 05:54PM
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