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locking idle text consoles 2004-11-22
Cristian Grigoriu (cristian grigoriu provus ro) (2 replies)
Hello everybody,

I wonder if it's possible to lock out idle text consoles. The intended
behaviour would be the same as a screensaver's in X Windows environment.

Unfortunately $TMOUT doesn't help here. First, it closes the session by
logging out the user, second it counts screen updates as activi

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Re: locking idle text consoles 2004-11-22
jathan. (jathan gmail com)
Re: locking idle text consoles 2004-11-22
Chris Sibbitt (chris fractalcube net) (1 replies)
Re: locking idle text consoles 2004-11-22
lonely wolf (wolfy nobugconsulting ro) (1 replies)
Re: locking idle text consoles 2004-11-22
jathan. (jathan gmail com)
RE: Linux security compliance 2004-11-02
Randy Golly (rcgolly vermeertexas com)
There are a few articles here
http://oss.software.ibm.com/linux/pubs/?page=2&topic_id=5

SuSE Linux EAL2 Plan
http://ltp.sourceforge.net/docs/EAL2_test_plan_1.9.htm

... Randy Golly

-----Original Message-----
From: Vincent IP [mailto:pong (at) cs.ust (dot) hk [email concealed]]
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 3:00 AM
To: focu

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RE: Linux security compliance 2004-11-01
ctalk (at) austin.rr (dot) com [email concealed] (ctalk austin rr com)
Hi Pong,

you might want to start here:

http://niap.nist.gov/cc-scheme/vpl/vpl_type.html

And read these: (all EAL3+)

http://www.suse.de/de/security/certification/
http://www.redhat.com/solutions/industries/government/commoncriteria/
http://www-3.ibm.com/security/standards/st_evaluations.shtml
htt

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RE: Linux security compliance 2004-11-01
Russell, Daniel (drusse05 harris com)
Pong,

You may want to start with the SELinux site.

http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/

-Dan-

Dan Russell, GCIA, CISSP
Harris Corporation, GCSD
Information Assurance
(321) 729-2787
drusse05 (at) harris (dot) com [email concealed]

"A nation that draws too broad a difference between its scholars and its
warriors will have its thinki

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Re: Linux security compliance 2004-11-01
Steve Bremer (steveb nebcoinc com)
Vincent,

>>I am searching for any information that if Linux is compliant to C2
or
Command Criteria. However, I could find any good references in the
web.

You probably won't find anything related to C2 since it's being phased
out in favor of common criteria. But to answer your question, Linux
does

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Linux security compliance 2004-11-01
Vincent IP (pong cs ust hk) (3 replies)
Hi all,

I am searching for any information that if Linux is compliant to C2 or
Command Criteria. However, I could find any good references in the web.

Do you know if there are any good guidelines/documents talking about how
to make Linux a trusted system?

Thank you very much.

Regards,
Pong

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Re: Linux security compliance 2004-11-01
Javier Godinez (godinezj gmail com)
Re: Linux security compliance 2004-11-01
Gareth Tupper (garetht ibo org)
Re: Linux security compliance 2004-11-01
Carl Holtje (lists freeside dnsalias org)
RE: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-27
Keller, Tim (Tim Keller stratus com)
I'm not sure how they attacked your machine, or why they put this content on
it, but I would:
a) Assume that the machine can't be trusted. They may have installed a
rootkit, etc.
b) Wipe the machine and start over
c) Install tripwire.

Tim.

-----Original Message-----
From: TJ Easter [mailto:tjeast

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RE: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-27
Filipe Varela (filipe varela esviagens com)
Hello

I have no suggestions whatsoever as to what they were thinking but i'll
translate the strings. Im pretty sure it won't help at all as i'm convinced
it was just a "routine" attack but here it goes...

Translation next to original text in original post (below)

Cheers,
Filipe

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Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-27
Matthew J. Sahagian (gent dotink org) (4 replies)
Hello, I'm a long time reader of this list and have never really had the need to post here. However, recently a webserver that I do minimal administrative work for was attacked. We're still unsure exactly what had been done. Most of the logs have been either cleaned or wiped completely (either by

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Re: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-31
Andrea (mariano61 cheapnet it)
Re: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-27
Jason Stewart (jstewart rtl org)
Re: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-27
TJ Easter (tjeaster gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-28
Reimundo Heluani (heluani MIT EDU)
Re: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-27
Michael da Silva Pereira (michael tradepage co za) (1 replies)
Re: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-27
Matthew J. Sahagian (gent dotink org) (1 replies)
Re: Strange Attack On A Webserver I Work On 2004-10-31
Tom Walsh (mailinglist expresshosting net)
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