Nowadays, when most of information are processed electronically, servers is the key technical measure on the field of information security. Our UNIX system configuration security audit service finds security weaknesses and helps you apply technical recommendations to remove them.
We help you to harden your UNIX systems and reduce potential attacks from internal network and with finding out an optimal balance between security and operation needs. From our side, security audit is documented in such form, which enable customers to evolve this area internally.
Platforms, which are supported by our audit services:
HP-UX (PA-RISC, IA64)
Sun Solaris (SPARC)
IBM AIX (POWER)
Linux (x86, AMD64) – commercial (RedHat, SuSE) and non-commercial distributions (CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu)
Security audit needs short configuration data collection (less than 1 hour) on an audited server – remote access is sufficient. Data collection is made with server administrator’s assistance via administrator’s account. Collected configuration data are processed outside of a customer’s seat.
The scope of evaluated area depends on UNIX system type, generally the following areas are covered:
|1.||Installed OS version|
|4.||System startup (blacklist)|
|5.||CRON/AT – privileges (cron.allow/at.allow)|
|9.||Problematic user accounts|
|10.||Local Group Membership|
|11.||Files/Devices with High-risk Access Rights|
|12.||CRONTAB Jobs – Access Rights|
|13.||ENV (PATH etc.) – Access Rights|
|16.||Open Ports (TCP/UDP)|
|17.||Network Services Configuration (apache, SMTP, SNMP, ssh, etc.)|
In the case of special customer’s requirements we are prepared to change scope and depth of the audit accordingly.
If you are interested in more details please contact us.