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IBM AIX Systems Administration Security Issues
AIX Training Overview

This course will teach the commands and methods needed to setup and enforce a security domain on an IBM AIX system. The course will use a problem solving approach in the lab exercises to give systems administrators hands-on reinforcement of these methods.

AIX Training Prerequisites

It is assumed that the student has completed the Fundamentals of AIX and the IBM AIX Systems Administration: Essential Operations courses, or has equivalent system experience.

AIX Training Course duration

This course normally requires one (1) day, approximately 60% lecture, and 40% lab time.

AIX Training Course Objectives

On completion of this course, a system manager should be able to load the IBM AIX operating system with enhanced auditing features; check file systems for security problems; design and enforce a secure password specification and modification mechanism; and review security considerations in other areas of a Unix system.

AIX Training Course outline

Advanced System Concepts for System Administrators
  • Process concepts
  • Shell command usage and review
  • Overview of issues related to Unix security
  • System administrator functions related to security
System Security Features Updating
  • Security levels in a Unix system
  • Rebuilding the Unix kernel with auditing
Managing of System Users
  • Using the root account securely
  • Password issues
  • changing
  • encryption
  • aging and expirations
  • shadow files
  • Groups
File System Security
  • File permissions review
  • Special permissions: SUID,SGID,Sticky Bits
  • Device files
  • Using chown and chgrp
  • Backups
Using Unix Log Files
  • Users
    • lastlog,utmp,wtmp,pacct,syslog
  • System
    • shutdownlog
    • sulog/messages
Network Security
  • Proper maintenance of the /etc/hosts file
  • Using the "r" commands
  • The restricted shell
  • NFS security implications
  • Known problems with SMTP (sendmail)
  • finger utility security issues
  • TFTP issues



 
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