Re: Auditing systems for default homedir permissions and other potential security risks and also for overly long subjects and needlessly antagonistic mailing list discussion threads
Lars Wirzenius <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> The auditor then looks for things in the system, and in home
> directories, which might be problems. For example, if it's meant to be a
> mail server with a lot of security, having telnetd installed and running
> would be a problem for it to flag. Likewise, it might flag home
> directory permissions.
We use tiger for this.