A profile is a named set of the following password and resource limits:
Password aging and expiration
Password complexity verification
Input/output (I/O) operations
Memory space (private SQL area for Shared Server only)
After a profile has been created, the database administrator can assign it to each user. If resource limits are enabled, the Oracle server limits the database usage and resources to the defined profile of the user....
Module Linux essentials - Module 14 introduce managing users and groups. After studying this chapter students should be able to: Creating users and groups, understanding user and group commands, creating user IDs.
This module provides students with an appreciation of the challenges that are
involved in maintaining a secure and reliable system.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Use Group Policy to apply security policies to secure the user environment.
Use Group Policy to configure password and logon account policies.
Analyze security log files to detect security breaches.
Secure the logon process by using smart cards.
Apply service packs, hotfixes, and antivirus software.
In this module, students will learn how to determine threats and analyze risks to
accounts in an organization. Students will also learn how to design security for
accounts, including determining security requirements, creating password
policies, and designing strategies to manage account security.
This module will address password security. Although user names and passwords are a familiar
technology, most people are not aware of the inherent weaknesses in many of the different passwordbased
authentication schemes in use today. These weaknesses are important to understand since many
networks would be compromised if passwords on just a few key machines (such as firewalls, DNS
servers, or Windows domain controllers) were known to an attacker.
Agency IT policies should establish, and agencies should adhere to, a regular cycle of back-up overwrites based on the agency’s security and disaster recovery needs.
Managing Exempt and Confidential Public Records
The Florida statutes contain hundreds of specific exemptions to the access and inspection requirements of the Public Records Law. The statutes also designate many records as exempt and confidential. Whether their records are designated as exempt and confidential or simply exempt, agencies are responsible for ensuring that these public records are properly safeguarded.
Explanation: Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) provides router-to-router and host-network connections over
synchronous and asynchronous circuits. PPP was designed to work with several network layer protocols,
including IP and IPX. It also has built in security features such PAP (Password Authentication Protocol) and
CHAP (Challenged Handshake Authentication Protocol).
Usually, the primary prerequisite for implementing network security, and the driver for the security design process, is the security
policy. A security policy is a formal statement, supported by a company’s highest levels of management, regarding the rules by
which employees who have access to any corporate resource abide. The security policy should address two main issues: the
security requirements as driven by the business needs of the organization, and the implementation guidelines regarding the
LOCAL USER ACCOUNT
I. Sơ lược về Local User Account: Local user account là tài khoản cá nhân của từng user, được tạo và lưu trữ trong một cơ sở dữ liệu SAM (Security Accounts Manager) trên mỗi máy tính (Local Computer), được đặt trong thư mục \Windows\system32\config.