The “CHKCONFIG” audit check allows interaction with the “chkconfig” utility on the remote Red Hat system being audited. This check consists of five mandatory keywords: type, description, service, levels, and status. This check also has the optional keyword "check_option" to allow NULL responses. Example: check_option: CAN_BE_NULL.

Note: The CHKCONFIG audit only works on Red Hat systems or a derivative of a Red Hat system such as Fedora.

Tip: For information about the parameters commonly found in Unix custom items, see Unix Configuration Keywords.




description: "Make sure that xinetd is disabled"

service: "xinetd"

levels: "123456"

status: OFF