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Section - -2- How can I check my system for security problems?

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  Get Nate Sammons <nate@vis.colostate.edu>' 'rscan' (formerly
  'securscan') from ftp://ftp.vis.colostate.edu/pub/rscan/ (and see its
  documentation etc. at http://www.vis.colostate.edu/rscan/). It checks
  for many bugs and problems, both specific to IRIX and generic to Unix.
  Unfortunately, it has not been updated since April 1995 and will not
  detect most holes discovered since then. You might also want to try a
  generic Unix security-checking tool such as COPS, tiger or SATAN
  and/or a password checker such as Crack. SGI's security page
  referenced above gives their locations.

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