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BestPractices4SecuringOracleEbusinessSuite

BestPractices4SecuringOracleEbusinessSuite

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Best Practices for securing Oracle eBusiness Suite
Best Practices for securing Oracle eBusiness Suite

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Do not share user accounts. Remove or disable user accounts upon termination. Disable login for well known
accounts that do not need direct login access (bin, daemon, sys, uucp, lp, adm). Require strong passwords and,
in some cases, a restricted shell.

RESTRICT GUEST ACCOUNTS

As with any account, only create a guest account for the time required. Remove the account when its purpose is
completed. Use a non-standard account name for the account - avoid “guest”. Use a strong password and a
restricted shell. If reasonable, give the account an 077 umask.

AUTHORIZATION

SECURE NFS

Only run NFS as needed, apply latest patches. When creating the /etc/exports file, use limited access flags when
possible (such as readonly or nosuid). By using fully qualified hostnames, only the named host may access the
file system.

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