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home_dir_localization_files_group_check

This built-in checks whether a localization file within a user’s home directory is group owned by the user’s primary group or root.

One or more files could be listed using the “file” token. However if the “file” token is missing the check by default looks for the following files:

  • .login
  • .cschrc
  • .logout
  • .profile
  • .bash_profile
  • .bashrc
  • .bash_logout
  • .env
  • .dtprofile
  • .dispatch
  • .emacs
  • .exrc

Example

<item>

name: "home_dir_localization_files_group_check"

description: "Check file .foo/.foo2"

file: ".foo"

file: ".foo2"

file: ".foo3"

</item>

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