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Lynis:面向Linux系统的安全审查和扫描工具

 

Lynis是一款功能非常强大的开源审查工具,面向类似Unix/Linux的操作系统。它可以扫描系统,查找安全信息、一般的系统信息、已安装软件及可用软件信息、配置错误、安全问题、没有设密码的用户帐户、错误的文件许可权限以及防火墙审查等。

Lynis是一款功能非常强大的开源审查工具,面向类似Unix/Linux的操作系统。它可以扫描系统,查找安全信息、一般的系统信息、已安装软件及可用软件信息、配置错误、安全问题、没有设密码的用户帐户、错误的文件许可权限以及防火墙审查等。

Lynis 2.2.0 :面向Linux系统的安全审查和扫描工具

Lynis是最可靠的自动化审查工具之一,可用于基于Unix/Linux的系统中的软件补丁管理、恶意软件扫描和安全漏洞检测。这款工具适用于审查人员、网络及系统管理员、安全专家和渗透测试人员。

经过几个月开发后,现在发布了一个新的主要升级版:Lynis 2.2.0,它随带一些新的功能和测试以及许多小的改进之处。我鼓励所有Linux用户测试并升级到Lynis的这个最新版本。

我们在本文中将介绍在Linux系统中如何使用tarball源文件安装Lynis 2.2.0(Linux审查工具)。 继续阅读

Nginx配置WebService、MySQL、SQL Server、ORACLE等代理

nginx配置webservice

#user  nobody;
worker_processes  4;

#error_log  logs/error.log;
#error_log  logs/error.log  notice;
#error_log  logs/error.log  info;

#pid        logs/nginx.pid;


events {
    worker_connections  1024;
}


http {
    include       mime.types;
    default_type  application/octet-stream;

    log_format  main  '$remote_addr - $remote_user [$time_local] "$request" '
                      '$status $body_bytes_sent "$http_referer" '
                      '"$http_user_agent" "$http_x_forwarded_for"';

    #access_log  logs/access.log  main;

    sendfile        on;
    #tcp_nopush     on;

    #keepalive_timeout  0;
    keepalive_timeout  65;

    upstream esbServer {   
        server 127.0.0.1:8083 weight=1 max_fails=2 fail_timeout=30s;   
    }

    #gzip  on;

    server {
        listen       8081;
        server_name  localhost;

        #charset koi8-r;

        #access_log  logs/host.access.log  main;

        location /ladder_web {
            proxy_set_header X-real-ip $remote_addr;
            proxy_pass http://esbServer;
        }

       
    }

}

nginx 配置mysql代理 — 基于nginx1.9以上 stream module 继续阅读

CentOS / RHEL 7 : How to disable IPv6

https://wiki.centos.org/FAQ/CentOS7

Upstream employee Daniel Walsh recommends not disabling the ipv6 module, as that can cause issues with SELinux and other components, but adding the following to /etc/sysctl.conf:

net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1
net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6 = 1

To disable in the running system:

echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv6/conf/all/disable_ipv6
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv6/conf/default/disable_ipv6

or

sysctl -w net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=1
sysctl -w net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6=1

Additional note #1: If problems with X forwarding are encountered on systems with IPv6 disabled, edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config and make either of the following changes:

(1) Change the line

#AddressFamily any

to

AddressFamily inet

(inet is ipv4 only; inet6 is ipv6 only)

or

(2) Remove the hash mark (#) in front of the line

#ListenAddress 0.0.0.0

Then restart ssh.

Additional note #2: If problems with starting postfix are encountered on systems with IPv6 disabled, either

(1) edit /etc/postfix/main.cf and comment out the localhost part of the config and use ipv4 loopback.

#inet_interfaces = localhost
inet_interfaces = 127.0.0.1

or

(2) take out the ipv6 localhost from /etc/hosts .

Additional Note #3 : To disable RPCBIND ipv6 (rpcbind, rpc.mountd, prc.statd) remark out the udp6 and tcp6 lines in /etc/netconfig:

udp        tpi_clts      v     inet     udp     -       -
tcp        tpi_cots_ord  v     inet     tcp     -       -
#udp6       tpi_clts      v     inet6    udp     -       -
#tcp6       tpi_cots_ord  v     inet6    tcp     -       -
rawip      tpi_raw       -     inet      -      -       -
local      tpi_cots_ord  -     loopback  -      -       -
unix       tpi_cots_ord  -     loopback  -      -       -

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How To Setup SSH Keys on a Linux / Unix System

I recently read that SSH keys provide a secure way of logging into a Linux and Unix-based server. How do I set up SSH keys on a Linux or Unix based systems? In SSH for Linux/Unix, how do I set up public key authentication?

I am assuming that you are using Linux or Unix-like server and client with the following software:

  • OpenSSH SSHD server
  • OpenSSH ssh client and friends on Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, {Free,Open,Net}BSD, RHEL, CentOS, MacOS/OSX, AIX, HP-UX and co).

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CentOS / RHEL 7 : How to modify Network Interface names

On CentOS / RHEL 7, a new naming scheme is introduced.
For instance:

# ip addr show
.....
eno1: [BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP] mtu 1500 qdisc pfifo_fast state UP qlen 1000
link/ether 6c:0b:84:6c:48:1c brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
inet 10.10.10.11/24 brd 10.10.10.255 scope global eno1
inet6 2606:b400:c00:48:6e0b:84ff:fe6c:481c/128 scope global dynamic
valid_lft 2326384sec preferred_lft 339184sec
inet6 fe80::6e0b:84ff:fe6c:481c/64 scope link
valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever

This post describes how to revert to legacy naming scheme with Network Interface names as eth0, eth1, etc. 继续阅读

Linux audit files to see who made changes to a file

How do I audit file events such as read / write etc? How can I use audit to see who changed a file in Linux?

The answer is to use 2.6 kernel’s audit system. Modern Linux kernel (2.6.x) comes with auditd daemon. It’s responsible for writing audit records to the disk. During startup, the rules in /etc/audit.rules are read by this daemon. You can open /etc/audit.rules file and make changes such as setup audit file log location and other option. The default file is good enough to get started with auditd.

In order to use audit facility you need to use following utilities
=> auditctl – a command to assist controlling the kernel’s audit system. You can get status, and add or delete rules into kernel audit system. Setting a watch on a file is accomplished using this command:

=> ausearch – a command that can query the audit daemon logs based for events based on different search criteria.

=> aureport – a tool that produces summary reports of the audit system logs.

Note that following all instructions are tested on CentOS 4.x and Fedora Core and RHEL 4/5 Linux. 继续阅读

HOWTO configure the auditing of the system (auditd)

Introduction

The audit service is provided for system auditing. By default, this service audits about SELinux AVC denials and certain types of security-relevant events such as system logins, account modifications, and authentication events performed by programs such as sudo.

Under its default configuration, auditd has modest disk space requirements, and should not noticeably impact system performance. The audit service, configured with at least its default rules, is strongly recommended for all sites, regardless of whether they are running SELinux. Networks with high security level often have substantial auditing requirements and auditd can be configured to meet these requirements:

  • Ensure Auditing is Configured to Collect Certain System Events
  • Information on the Use of Print Command (unsuccessful and successful)
  • Startup and Shutdown Events (unsuccessful and successful)
  • Ensure the auditing software can record the following for each audit event:
    • When the event appears
    • Who initiated the event
    • Type of the event
    • Success or failure of the event
    • Origin of the request (example: terminal ID)
    • For events that introduce an object into a user’s address space, and for object deletion events, the name of the object, and in MLS systems, the objects security level.
  • Ensure daily of the audit logs
  • Ensure that the audit data files have restrictive permissions (at least 640).

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How to setup an SFTP server on CentOS

This tutorial explains how to setup and use an SFTP server on CentOS. Before I start, let me explain what actually SFTP represents and what it is used for. Currently, most people know that we can use normal FTP for transferring, downloading or uploading data from a server to client or client to server. But this protocol is getting hacked easily (if TLS is not used) by anonymous intruders as it the ports are widely open to anyone. Therefore, SFTP has been introduced to as another alternative to meet the main purpose to strengthen the security level.

SFTP stands for SSH File Transfer Protocol or Secure File Transfer Protocol. It uses a separate protocol packaged with SSH to provide a secure connection. 继续阅读

Linux: TMOUT To Automatically Log Users Out

How do I auto Logout my shell user in Linux after certain minutes of inactivity?

Linux bash shell allows you to define the TMOUT environment variable. Set TMOUT to automatically log users out after a period of inactivity. The value is defined in seconds. For example,

export TMOUT=120

export TMOUT=120

The above command will implement a 2 minute idle time-out for the default /bin/bash shell. You can edit your ~/.bash_profile or /etc/profile file as follows to define a 5 minute idle time out:

# set a 5 min timeout policy for bash shell
TMOUT=300
readonly TMOUT
export TMOUT

# set a 5 min timeout policy for bash shell TMOUT=300 readonly TMOUT export TMOUT

Save and close the file. The readonly command is used to make variables and functions readonly i.e. you user cannot change the value of variable called TMOUT.

How Do I Disable TMOUT?

To disable auto-logout, just set the TMOUT to zero or unset it as follows:
$ export TMOUT=0
or
$ unset TMOUT
Please note that readonly variable can only be disabled by root in /etc/profile or ~/.bash_profile.

A Note About TCSH SHELL and OpenSSH Server/Client

SSH allows administrators to set an idle timeout interval in /etc/ssh/sshd_config file. TCSH user should use autologout variable. Please see our previous FAQ “Linux / UNIX Automatically Log BASH / TCSH / SSH Users Out After a Period of Inactivity” for more information.

Auditd – Linux 服务器安全审计工具

安全防护是首先要考虑的问题。为了避免别人盗取我们的数据,我们需要时刻关注它。安全防护包括很多东西,审计是其中之一。

我们知道Linux系统上有一个叫 auditd 的审计工具。这个工具在大多数Linux操作系统中是默认安装的。那么auditd 是什么?该如何使用呢?下面我们开始介绍。

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