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If the HFS permission bits and user audit bits for each directory and file match or are more restrictive than the specified settings listed in the Tale below, this is not a finding.
SYSTEM DIRECTORY SECURITY SETTINGS
DIRECTORY PERMISSION BITS USER AUDIT BITS FUNCTION
/ [root] 755 faf Root level of all file systems. Holds critical mount points.
/bin 1755 fff Shell scripts and executables for basic functions
/dev 1755 fff Character-special files used when logging into the OMVS shell and during C language program compilation.
Files are created during system IPL and on a per-demand basis.
/etc 1755 faf Configuration programs and files (usually with locally customized data) used by z/OS UNIX and other product initialization processes
/lib 1755 fff System libraries including dynamic link libraries and files for static linking
/samples 1755 fff Sample configuration and other files
/tmp 1777 fff Temporary data used by daemons, servers, and users.
Note: /tmp must have the sticky bit on to restrict file renames and deletions.
/u 1755 fff Mount point for user home directories and optionally for third-party software and other local site files
/usr 1755 fff Shell scripts, executables, help (man) files and other data.
Contains sub-directories (e.g., lpp) and mount points used by program products that may be in separate file systems.
/var 1775 fff Dynamic data used internally by products and by elements and features of z/OS UNIX.
The following represents a hierarchy for permission bits from least restrictive to most restrictive:
7 rwx (least restrictive)
0 --- (most restrictive)
The possible audit bits settings are as follows:
f log for failed access attempts
a log for failed and successful access
- no auditing