Kernel update for RHEL 5 -- Success

mark m.roth2006 at
Wed Jan 7 13:18:04 UTC 2009

Erling Ringen Elvsrud wrote:
> On 12/30/08, mark <m.roth2006 at> wrote:
>> You've very welcome. One thing, though: is the system itself hardened? If not,
>> you should consider it, and for that, my best recommendation is Bastille Linux,
>> which is a hardening set of scripts, which I was just informed (during an
>> interview!) was mentioned and suggested by NIST.
> As far as I know Bastille do not support RHEL5, and the Bastille
> project also seems to be a bit stalled. According to the webpage a new
> version was to be released on january 14th 2008, but it has not
> appeared. The newest version I have found is 3.2.1 released sept 25th
> 2008.

Hmm... what's changed in RHEL5 that would prevent the current release of
Bastille from working?


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