Unix security checker

tiger
From man tiger : Tiger is a package consisting of Bourne Shell scripts, C code and data files which is used for checking for security problems on a UNIX system. It scans system configuration files, file systems, and user configuration files for possible security problems and reports them.
Sample Output
Tiger security scripts *** 3.2.2, 2007.08.28.00.00 ***
20:57> Beginning security report for hob.juniper.
20:57> Starting file systems scans in background...
20:57> Checking password files...
20:57> Checking group files...
20:57> Checking user accounts...
20:58> Checking .rhosts files...
20:58> Checking .netrc files...
20:58> Checking ttytab, securetty, 
.....

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2009-05-19 19:07:11

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