STIGQter STIGQter: STIG Summary: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Security Technical Implementation Guide

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Release: 6 Benchmark Date: 24 Jan 2020

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SV-86473r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the file permissions, ownership, and group membership of system files and commands match the vendor values.
SV-86479r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the cryptographic hash of system files and commands matches vendor values.
SV-86483r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must display the Standard Mandatory DoD Notice and Consent Banner before granting local or remote access to the system via a graphical user logon.
SV-86485r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must display the approved Standard Mandatory DoD Notice and Consent Banner before granting local or remote access to the system via a graphical user logon.
SV-86487r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must display the Standard Mandatory DoD Notice and Consent Banner before granting local or remote access to the system via a command line user logon.
SV-86515r6_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must enable a user session lock until that user re-establishes access using established identification and authentication procedures.
SV-86517r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must initiate a screensaver after a 15-minute period of inactivity for graphical user interfaces.
SV-86521r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must have the screen package installed.
SV-86523r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must initiate a session lock for the screensaver after a period of inactivity for graphical user interfaces.
SV-86525r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must initiate a session lock for graphical user interfaces when the screensaver is activated.
SV-86527r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed or new passwords are established, the new password must contain at least one upper-case character.
SV-86529r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed or new passwords are established, the new password must contain at least one lower-case character.
SV-86531r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed or new passwords are assigned, the new password must contain at least one numeric character.
SV-86533r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed or new passwords are established, the new password must contain at least one special character.
SV-86535r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed a minimum of eight of the total number of characters must be changed.
SV-86537r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed a minimum of four character classes must be changed.
SV-86539r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed the number of repeating consecutive characters must not be more than three characters.
SV-86541r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed the number of repeating characters of the same character class must not be more than four characters.
SV-86543r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the PAM system service is configured to store only encrypted representations of passwords.
SV-86545r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured to use the shadow file to store only encrypted representations of passwords.
SV-86547r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that user and group account administration utilities are configured to store only encrypted representations of passwords.
SV-86549r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that passwords for new users are restricted to a 24 hours/1 day minimum lifetime.
SV-86551r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that passwords are restricted to a 24 hours/1 day minimum lifetime.
SV-86553r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that passwords for new users are restricted to a 60-day maximum lifetime.
SV-86555r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that existing passwords are restricted to a 60-day maximum lifetime.
SV-86557r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that passwords are prohibited from reuse for a minimum of five generations.
SV-86559r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that passwords are a minimum of 15 characters in length.
SV-86561r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have accounts configured with blank or null passwords.
SV-86563r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon does not allow authentication using an empty password.
SV-86565r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must disable account identifiers (individuals, groups, roles, and devices) if the password expires.
SV-86567r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured to lock accounts for a minimum of 15 minutes after three unsuccessful logon attempts within a 15-minute timeframe.
SV-86569r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must lock the associated account after three unsuccessful root logon attempts are made within a 15-minute period.
SV-86571r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that users must provide a password for privilege escalation.
SV-86573r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that users must re-authenticate for privilege escalation.
SV-86575r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the delay between logon prompts following a failed console logon attempt is at least four seconds.
SV-86577r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not allow an unattended or automatic logon to the system via a graphical user interface.
SV-86579r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not allow an unrestricted logon to the system.
SV-86581r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not allow users to override SSH environment variables.
SV-86583r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not allow a non-certificate trusted host SSH logon to the system.
SV-86585r6_ruleRed Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems prior to version 7.2 with a Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) must require authentication upon booting into single-user and maintenance modes.
SV-86587r4_ruleRed Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems prior to version 7.2 using Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) must require authentication upon booting into single-user and maintenance modes.
SV-86589r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must uniquely identify and must authenticate organizational users (or processes acting on behalf of organizational users) using multifactor authentication.
SV-86591r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have the rsh-server package installed.
SV-86593r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have the ypserv package installed.
SV-86595r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent non-privileged users from executing privileged functions to include disabling, circumventing, or altering implemented security safeguards/countermeasures.
SV-86597r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that a file integrity tool verifies the baseline operating system configuration at least weekly.
SV-86599r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that designated personnel are notified if baseline configurations are changed in an unauthorized manner.
SV-86601r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent the installation of software, patches, service packs, device drivers, or operating system components from a repository without verification they have been digitally signed using a certificate that is issued by a Certificate Authority (CA) that is recognized and approved by the organization.
SV-86603r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent the installation of software, patches, service packs, device drivers, or operating system components of local packages without verification they have been digitally signed using a certificate that is issued by a Certificate Authority (CA) that is recognized and approved by the organization.
SV-86607r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured to disable USB mass storage.
SV-86609r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must disable the file system automounter unless required.
SV-86611r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must remove all software components after updated versions have been installed.
SV-86613r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must enable SELinux.
SV-86615r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must enable the SELinux targeted policy.
SV-86617r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the x86 Ctrl-Alt-Delete key sequence is disabled on the command line.
SV-86619r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must define default permissions for all authenticated users in such a way that the user can only read and modify their own files.
SV-86621r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be a vendor supported release.
SV-86623r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system security patches and updates must be installed and up to date.
SV-86625r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have unnecessary accounts.
SV-86627r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all Group Identifiers (GIDs) referenced in the /etc/passwd file are defined in the /etc/group file.
SV-86629r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the root account must be the only account having unrestricted access to the system.
SV-86631r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all files and directories have a valid owner.
SV-86633r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all files and directories have a valid group owner.
SV-86635r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local interactive users have a home directory assigned in the /etc/passwd file.
SV-86637r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local interactive user accounts, upon creation, are assigned a home directory.
SV-86639r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local interactive user home directories are defined in the /etc/passwd file.
SV-86641r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local interactive user home directories have mode 0750 or less permissive.
SV-86643r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local interactive user home directories are owned by their respective users.
SV-86645r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local interactive user home directories are group-owned by the home directory owners primary group.
SV-86647r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all files and directories contained in local interactive user home directories are owned by the owner of the home directory.
SV-86649r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all files and directories contained in local interactive user home directories are group-owned by a group of which the home directory owner is a member.
SV-86651r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all files and directories contained in local interactive user home directories have a mode of 0750 or less permissive.
SV-86653r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local initialization files for interactive users are owned by the home directory user or root.
SV-86655r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local initialization files for local interactive users are be group-owned by the users primary group or root.
SV-86657r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local initialization files have mode 0740 or less permissive.
SV-86659r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all local interactive user initialization files executable search paths contain only paths that resolve to the users home directory.
SV-86661r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that local initialization files do not execute world-writable programs.
SV-86663r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all system device files are correctly labeled to prevent unauthorized modification.
SV-86665r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that file systems containing user home directories are mounted to prevent files with the setuid and setgid bit set from being executed.
SV-86667r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent files with the setuid and setgid bit set from being executed on file systems that are used with removable media.
SV-86669r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent files with the setuid and setgid bit set from being executed on file systems that are being imported via Network File System (NFS).
SV-86671r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all world-writable directories are group-owned by root, sys, bin, or an application group.
SV-86673r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must set the umask value to 077 for all local interactive user accounts.
SV-86675r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must have cron logging implemented.
SV-86677r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the cron.allow file, if it exists, is owned by root.
SV-86679r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the cron.allow file, if it exists, is group-owned by root.
SV-86681r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must disable Kernel core dumps unless needed.
SV-86683r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that a separate file system is used for user home directories (such as /home or an equivalent).
SV-86685r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a separate file system for /var.
SV-86687r6_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a separate file system for the system audit data path.
SV-86689r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a separate file system for /tmp (or equivalent).
SV-86691r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must implement NIST FIPS-validated cryptography for the following: to provision digital signatures, to generate cryptographic hashes, and to protect data requiring data-at-rest protections in accordance with applicable federal laws, Executive Orders, directives, policies, regulations, and standards.
SV-86693r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the file integrity tool is configured to verify Access Control Lists (ACLs).
SV-86695r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the file integrity tool is configured to verify extended attributes.
SV-86697r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a file integrity tool that is configured to use FIPS 140-2 approved cryptographic hashes for validating file contents and directories.
SV-86699r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not allow removable media to be used as the boot loader unless approved.
SV-86701r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have the telnet-server package installed.
SV-86703r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that auditing is configured to produce records containing information to establish what type of events occurred, where the events occurred, the source of the events, and the outcome of the events. These audit records must also identify individual identities of group account users.
SV-86705r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must shut down upon audit processing failure, unless availability is an overriding concern. If availability is a concern, the system must alert the designated staff (System Administrator [SA] and Information System Security Officer [ISSO] at a minimum) in the event of an audit processing failure.
SV-86707r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must off-load audit records onto a different system or media from the system being audited.
SV-86709r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must encrypt the transfer of audit records off-loaded onto a different system or media from the system being audited.
SV-86711r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the audit system takes appropriate action when the audit storage volume is full.
SV-86713r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must initiate an action to notify the System Administrator (SA) and Information System Security Officer ISSO, at a minimum, when allocated audit record storage volume reaches 75% of the repository maximum audit record storage capacity.
SV-86715r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must immediately notify the System Administrator (SA) and Information System Security Officer (ISSO) (at a minimum) via email when the threshold for the repository maximum audit record storage capacity is reached.
SV-86717r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must immediately notify the System Administrator (SA) and Information System Security Officer (ISSO) (at a minimum) when the threshold for the repository maximum audit record storage capacity is reached.
SV-86719r7_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all executions of privileged functions.
SV-86721r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the chown syscall.
SV-86723r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the fchown syscall.
SV-86725r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the lchown syscall.
SV-86727r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the fchownat syscall.
SV-86729r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the chmod syscall.
SV-86731r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the fchmod syscall.
SV-86733r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the fchmodat syscall.
SV-86735r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the setxattr syscall.
SV-86737r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the fsetxattr syscall.
SV-86739r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the lsetxattr syscall.
SV-86741r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the removexattr syscall.
SV-86743r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the fremovexattr syscall.
SV-86745r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the lremovexattr syscall.
SV-86747r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the creat syscall.
SV-86749r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the open syscall.
SV-86751r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the openat syscall.
SV-86753r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the open_by_handle_at syscall.
SV-86755r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the truncate syscall.
SV-86757r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the ftruncate syscall.
SV-86759r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the semanage command.
SV-86761r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the setsebool command.
SV-86763r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the chcon command.
SV-86765r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the setfiles command.
SV-86769r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must generate audit records for all unsuccessful account access events.
SV-86771r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must generate audit records for all successful account access events.
SV-86773r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the passwd command.
SV-86775r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the unix_chkpwd command.
SV-86777r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the gpasswd command.
SV-86779r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the chage command.
SV-86781r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the userhelper command.
SV-86783r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the su command.
SV-86785r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the sudo command.
SV-86787r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the sudoers file and all files in the /etc/sudoers.d/ directory.
SV-86789r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the newgrp command.
SV-86791r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the chsh command.
SV-86795r7_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the mount command and syscall.
SV-86797r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the umount command.
SV-86799r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the postdrop command.
SV-86801r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the postqueue command.
SV-86803r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the ssh-keysign command.
SV-86807r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the crontab command.
SV-86809r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the pam_timestamp_check command.
SV-86811r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the init_module syscall.
SV-86813r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the delete_module syscall.
SV-86815r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the kmod command.
SV-86821r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must generate audit records for all account creations, modifications, disabling, and termination events that affect /etc/passwd.
SV-86823r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the rename syscall.
SV-86825r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the renameat syscall.
SV-86827r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the rmdir syscall.
SV-86829r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the unlink syscall.
SV-86831r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the unlinkat syscall.
SV-86833r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must send rsyslog output to a log aggregation server.
SV-86835r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the rsyslog daemon does not accept log messages from other servers unless the server is being used for log aggregation.
SV-86837r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a virus scan program.
SV-86841r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must limit the number of concurrent sessions to 10 for all accounts and/or account types.
SV-86843r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured to prohibit or restrict the use of functions, ports, protocols, and/or services, as defined in the Ports, Protocols, and Services Management Component Local Service Assessment (PPSM CLSA) and vulnerability assessments.
SV-86845r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a FIPS 140-2 approved cryptographic algorithm for SSH communications.
SV-86847r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all network connections associated with a communication session are terminated at the end of the session or after 10 minutes of inactivity from the user at a command prompt, except to fulfill documented and validated mission requirements.
SV-86849r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must display the Standard Mandatory DoD Notice and Consent Banner immediately prior to, or as part of, remote access logon prompts.
SV-86851r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must implement cryptography to protect the integrity of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication communications.
SV-86853r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must implement cryptography to protect the integrity of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) communications.
SV-86855r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must implement cryptography to protect the integrity of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) communications.
SV-86857r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all networked systems have SSH installed.
SV-86859r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all networked systems use SSH for confidentiality and integrity of transmitted and received information as well as information during preparation for transmission.
SV-86861r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all network connections associated with SSH traffic are terminated at the end of the session or after 10 minutes of inactivity, except to fulfill documented and validated mission requirements.
SV-86863r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon does not allow authentication using RSA rhosts authentication.
SV-86865r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all network connections associated with SSH traffic terminate after a period of inactivity.
SV-86867r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon does not allow authentication using rhosts authentication.
SV-86869r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must display the date and time of the last successful account logon upon an SSH logon.
SV-86871r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not permit direct logons to the root account using remote access via SSH.
SV-86873r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon does not allow authentication using known hosts authentication.
SV-86875r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon is configured to only use the SSHv2 protocol.
SV-86877r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon is configured to only use Message Authentication Codes (MACs) employing FIPS 140-2 approved cryptographic hash algorithms.
SV-86879r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH public host key files have mode 0644 or less permissive.
SV-86881r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH private host key files have mode 0640 or less permissive.
SV-86883r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon does not permit Generic Security Service Application Program Interface (GSSAPI) authentication unless needed.
SV-86885r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon does not permit Kerberos authentication unless needed.
SV-86887r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon performs strict mode checking of home directory configuration files.
SV-86889r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon uses privilege separation.
SV-86891r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the SSH daemon does not allow compression or only allows compression after successful authentication.
SV-86893r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must, for networked systems, synchronize clocks with a server that is synchronized to one of the redundant United States Naval Observatory (USNO) time servers, a time server designated for the appropriate DoD network (NIPRNet/SIPRNet), and/or the Global Positioning System (GPS).
SV-86897r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must enable an application firewall, if available.
SV-86899r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must display the date and time of the last successful account logon upon logon.
SV-86901r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not contain .shosts files.
SV-86903r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not contain shosts.equiv files.
SV-86905r2_ruleFor Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems using DNS resolution, at least two name servers must be configured.
SV-86907r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not forward Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) source-routed packets.
SV-86909r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not forward Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) source-routed packets by default.
SV-86911r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not respond to Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echoes sent to a broadcast address.
SV-86913r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) redirect messages from being accepted.
SV-86915r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not allow interfaces to perform Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) redirects by default.
SV-86917r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not send Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) redirects.
SV-86919r2_ruleNetwork interfaces configured on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not be in promiscuous mode.
SV-86921r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured to prevent unrestricted mail relaying.
SV-86923r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server package installed unless needed.
SV-86925r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) server package installed if not required for operational support.
SV-86927r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that remote X connections for interactive users are encrypted.
SV-86929r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that if the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) server is required, the TFTP daemon is configured to operate in secure mode.
SV-86931r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have an X Windows display manager installed unless approved.
SV-86933r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not be performing packet forwarding unless the system is a router.
SV-86935r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the Network File System (NFS) is configured to use RPCSEC_GSS.
SV-86937r2_ruleSNMP community strings on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be changed from the default.
SV-86939r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system access control program must be configured to grant or deny system access to specific hosts and services.
SV-86941r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not have unauthorized IP tunnels configured.
SV-86943r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must not forward IPv6 source-routed packets.
SV-87041r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must have the required packages for multifactor authentication installed.
SV-87051r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must implement multifactor authentication for access to privileged accounts via pluggable authentication modules (PAM).
SV-87057r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must implement certificate status checking for PKI authentication.
SV-87807r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent a user from overriding the screensaver lock-delay setting for the graphical user interface.
SV-87809r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent a user from overriding the session idle-delay setting for the graphical user interface.
SV-87811r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that when passwords are changed or new passwords are established, pwquality must be used.
SV-87813r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent binary files from being executed on file systems that are being imported via Network File System (NFS).
SV-87815r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the audit system takes appropriate action when there is an error sending audit records to a remote system.
SV-87817r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must generate audit records for all account creations, modifications, disabling, and termination events that affect /etc/group.
SV-87819r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must generate audit records for all account creations, modifications, disabling, and termination events that affect /etc/gshadow.
SV-87823r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must generate audit records for all account creations, modifications, disabling, and termination events that affect /etc/shadow.
SV-87825r5_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must generate audit records for all account creations, modifications, disabling, and termination events that affect /etc/opasswd.
SV-87827r4_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must ignore Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) redirect messages.
SV-87829r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that all wireless network adapters are disabled.
SV-92515r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must uniquely identify and must authenticate users using multifactor authentication via a graphical user logon.
SV-92517r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the Datagram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP) kernel module is disabled unless required.
SV-92519r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must require authentication upon booting into single-user and maintenance modes.
SV-92521r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must implement virtual address space randomization.
SV-93701r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent a user from overriding the screensaver lock-enabled setting for the graphical user interface.
SV-93703r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must prevent a user from overriding the screensaver idle-activation-enabled setting for the graphical user interface.
SV-93705r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the create_module syscall.
SV-93707r3_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must audit all uses of the finit_module syscall.
SV-95715r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that /etc/pam.d/passwd implements /etc/pam.d/system-auth when changing passwords.
SV-95717r1_ruleRed Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems version 7.2 or newer with a Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) must require authentication upon booting into single-user and maintenance modes.
SV-95719r1_ruleRed Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems version 7.2 or newer using Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) must require authentication upon booting into single-user and maintenance modes.
SV-95721r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must mount /dev/shm with the nodev option.
SV-95723r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must mount /dev/shm with the nosuid option.
SV-95725r2_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must mount /dev/shm with the noexec option.
SV-95727r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured to use the au-remote plugin.
SV-95729r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must configure the au-remote plugin to off-load audit logs using the audisp-remote daemon.
SV-95731r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must take appropriate action when the audisp-remote buffer is full.
SV-95733r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must label all off-loaded audit logs before sending them to the central log server.
SV-102353r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a reverse-path filter for IPv4 network traffic when possible on all interfaces.
SV-102355r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use a reverse-path filter for IPv4 network traffic when possible by default.
SV-102357r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must have a host-based intrusion detection tool installed.
SV-104673r1_ruleThe Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must be configured so that the x86 Ctrl-Alt-Delete key sequence is disabled in the GUI.