I am trying to use the below compliance content on Red Hat Linux server
checking for "." and "w" bit for group and world
permissions on directories part of the PATH variable; however, every time I
change the permissions on /bin for example which is part of the PATH variable,
the below check does not report "non-compliant" alert. In addition,
the "BL=LXO Group World Writable Directory" extended object is not
clear to me as it does check for "yes" as a value1 string. My
question would be; how to make this rule non-compliant and it would it report
the impacted directory on the PATH variable?
DS 18.104.22.168 - No '.' or Group/World-Writable Directory In Root's $PATH
"Extended Object Entry:BL-LXO Group World Writable
String (All OS)" = "Yes"
PS> I am using the compliance content of SOX standard for Linux Red Hat
system with reference number **********DS 22.214.171.124 - No '.' or
Group/World-Writable Directory In Root's $PATH************