can anyone give a management freindly low tech breakdown of the risks to an aix server if the lsuser -a rlogin setting is set to true? Whats the risk here? And does setting the policy to false cause any issues for admins/support engineers?
the "rlogin" attribute, if set to "true", allows access to the respective machine using "telnet" or one of the "r" commands (rlogin, rsh, rexec, rcp ...) for a user. At least under AIX this attribute
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