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Guys, I am reviewing the "Sources of Assurance for an AS/400" Document for 2015. I would be grateful if you could let me know of any sources that you use that I am missing.
Ian Cooke | 10/26/2017 3:32:40 AM | COMMENTS(4)
Does anyone have an audit program or recent best practice documentation for JDE World security settings, user/group profiles, etc? I cannot find anything online, everything is so outdated. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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Using the Intrusion Detection System for IBM i
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I Can Be You!   Exploiting Unsecured User Profiles
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Sources of Assurance for an AS/400 (System i, IBM i)
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We have already seen that OS/400 passwords are controlled using system values ( To refresh: QPWDEXPITV - The number of days for which a password is valid. QPWDMAXLEN - The maximum num...
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According to the IBM System i (AS/400) security guide “system values represent the foundation upon which almost everything else is built. They allow you to customise many characteristics of your system. A group of system values is used to define system...
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In a typical AS/400 RPG / Cobol application access is provided through the users OS/400 profile. OS/400 users may be retrieved using the DSPUSRPRF command (see
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On the AS/400 (System i) it is possible to audit for default passwords using the ANZDFTPWD command. A default password is defined as a password which is the same as the user profile. The command behaves slightly differently depending on the value of the...
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