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Re: Setting a password policy



Hi

I m trying to set password policies on my Redhat EL 3,4,5 boxes. I use
the http://brandonhutchinson.com/wiki/Linux_Password_Policy link and
also found your http://sial.org/howto/linux/pam_tally/ .

For the /var/log/faillog part Ive found  that there is a already file
at a Redhat 5 (with a size), but doesnt exits on a 4 box. So i created
it on Redhat 4 as given, but the log file size is 0. Also when i try
to cat or more the faillog file on 5 box which has a size, brings
nothing.
So how can i make the system log the failed attemps?

Regards

2009/7/3, Daniel Carrillo <daniel carrillo gmail com>:
> 2009/7/3 a bv <vbavbalist gmail com>:
>> Hi list,
>>
>> Im in a need of setting a password policy on some Redhat EL 3,4,5 x.
>> Im giving the policy below and im asked to if this is possible and if
>> how.
>>
>> -Passwords to change 90 days instead of 180
>> -Password change must be forced by the system
>
> As root:
> $> chage -M 90 user_login
>
>> -Password length must be at least 6 characters long
>> -Last 3 passwords to be remembered by the system and dont let these to
>> be used at the password change
>> - When 6 logon attempt fails occur , the system to lock that ID/user
>> -Complexity (optinional)
>
> This behaviour (and something else) is managed by pam modules:
>
> http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-5-manual/Deployment_Guide-en-US/ch-pam.html
>
> Hope this helps.
>
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