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Block the users in rlogin?

 
unixguy_1
Regular Advisor

Block the users in rlogin?


Hi,

How to block the user in Rlogin?

pls guide me somthing about that.
4 REPLIES
AZayed
Super Advisor

Re: Block the users in rlogin?

Hi,

Kindly check : http://forums13.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?admit=109447627+1235809065315+28353475&threadId=717877

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Asif Sharif
Honored Contributor
Gokul Chandola
Trusted Contributor

Re: Block the users in rlogin?

Hi,
Use SAM - GUI tool for HP-UX.

There is the option for Allow / Block rlogin.

Regards,
Gokul Chandola
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Johnson Punniyalingam
Honored Contributor

Re: Block the users in rlogin?

Hi Unixguy,
>>How to block the user in Rlogin?<<

As you can see there are special ways of banning users:
- inetd.sec
All of the internet services controlled by inetd (including telnet
and rlogin) have their access controlled by the security file
/var/adm/inetd.sec. To restrict or allow particular access, specifically list the service to be restricted, denied, or allowed. Then list specific IP addresses for individual hosts or use network addresses to deny or allow entire networks. Check the man pages on inetd.sec for more information on the
format of the file. The following is an example that will allow everything on
the 15.56 subnet and the single host 192.13.12.1 to telnet in.
Telnet sessions from all other hosts will be denied: telnet allow 15.56.* 192.13.12.1

- Users profile:
modify the users .profile in his home-directory
- /etc/profile
Make a file with a list of users you want to deny. Then modify the /etc/profile to check this file first and then log them off with a message. This you can do when you don't or not able to change the password file.

Thanks,
Johnso
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