report settings of security defaults
/tcb/bin/secdefs [ -v ] [ -a | level ... ]
secdefs compares the current settings of the system-wide
security defaults with the security levels defined in
/tcb/lib/relax (high, improved,
traditional, and low).
secdefs reports the name of the closest security level
that has the least number of differences.
secdefs takes the following options and arguments:
Displays a table of the actual differences as well as a count.
The three columns of the table display:
the name of a default file in /etc/default, or
``sysdef'' for the System Defaults
a keyword entry in the default file
the currently assigned value of the keyword,
and the value defined by the security level
Displays comparisons for each security level defined in
/tcb/lib/relax, in order of increasing number
secdefs reports on the differences for each of the
secdefs examines only the files
etc_def and default in the directory
It does not compare the values set in the script file
against the current security defaults.
security level defaults
System Defaults database
current default settings
``Maintaining system security'' in Managing system security
secdefs is not part of any currently supported standard; it is
an extension of AT&T System V
provided by The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 03 June 2005