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    [ubuntu] Re: Question Audit Linux System

    +1 with>>>>You "are" on someone's radar.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question Audit Linux System

    First yes Admin or sudo will always be needed with a "chmod" along with any "/etc" changes.
    Interesting warning "- Permissions of home directories [ WARNING ]"

    Can...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question Audit Linux System

    Some of the first checks I look at to see if any further action is needed by me:
    This I consider after running lynis a good thing:

    [+] Home directories
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question Audit Linux System

    Lynis expects /etc/sudoers.d to be unreadable by “others”, i.e. rwx[r-][w-][x-]---. If you run

    chmod 750 /etc/sudoers.d
    It should fix that warning.

    - Sudoers file(s) ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question Audit Linux System

    Another tool I use is Lynis : https://www.howtogeek.com/674288/how-to-audit-your-linux-systems-security-with-lynis/

    Lynis performs a suite of automated tests that thoroughly inspect many system...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question Audit Linux System

    Mine:

    ac -p
    me 37.74
    total 37.74
    root@me-Legion-5-zfs:/home/me# ac -a
    total 37.75
    root@me-Legion-5-zfs:/home/me# ac -ap
    me ...
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