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task #3070: Standardize "noshell" shell definitions.

Submitted by:  Ryan Bradetich <rbrad>
Submitted on:  Mon 26 Jan 2004 07:06:54 AM UTC  
 
Category: Make Tiger easier to run/instShould Start On: Mon 01 Mar 2004 12:00:00 AM UTC
Should be Finished on: Sat 01 May 2004 12:00:00 AM UTCPriority: 5 - Normal
Status: NonePrivacy: Public
Percent Complete: 0%Assigned to: None
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Mon 26 Jan 2004 09:28:10 AM UTC, comment #1:

"Invalid Shell" is not really a good name. Invalid is a shell that does not exist in /etc/shells and can be executed in the system, but is unknown to Tiger (i.e. not csh, ash...). The "noshell" definition is a list of shells that look like they are invalid (might or might not exist in /etc/shells) but are usually used as shells for blocked (system) accounts in some operating systems.

Since this varies per operating system, and is used by different security checks, it should be a configuration item

Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Peña <jfs>
Project Administrator
Mon 26 Jan 2004 07:06:54 AM UTC, original submission:

We probably need to standarise the "invalid shell" defintion so that it can be configured per system and it can be used by both check_anonftp and check_accounts.

Ryan Bradetich <rbrad>
Project Member

 

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Mon 26 Jan 2004 09:28:10 AM UTCjfsSummaryStandardize invalid shell definitions.=>Standardize "noshell" shell definitions.

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