From SOLARIS 10 X86 SECURITY TECHNICAL IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
Part of GEN000452
Associated with IA controls: ECSC-1
Associated with: CCI-000052
Providing users with feedback on when account accesses last occurred facilitates user recognition and reporting of unauthorized account use.
Determine if the system displays the date and time of the last successful login upon logging in. This can be accomplished by logging into the system and verifying whether or not the necessary information is displayed. If the system does not provide this information upon login, this is a finding. Last login information is provided automatically by the login(1) program for telnet and console login sessions. Verify the SSH daemon is configured to display last login information. # grep -i PrintLastLog /etc/ssh/sshd_config If PrintLastLog is present in the configuration and not disabled, this is not a finding. Otherwise, this is a finding.
Configure the system to display the date and time of the last successful login upon logging in. Enable PrintLastLog in the SSH daemon. To enable PrintLastLog in the SSH daemon, remove any lines disabling this option from /etc/ssh/sshd_config.
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