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Test ID:1.3.6.1.4.1.25623.1.0.150128
Category:Policy
Title:Linux: 'export TMOUT' in /etc/profile
Summary:When invoked interactively with the --login option or when;invoked as sh, Bash reads the /etc/profile instructions. These usually set the shell variables PATH,;USER, MAIL, HOSTNAME and HISTSIZE.;;On some systems, the umask value is configured in /etc/profile, on other systems this file holds;pointers to other configuration files such as:;; - /etc/inputrc, the system-wide Readline initialization file where you can configure the command;line bell-style.;; - the /etc/profile.d directory, which contains files configuring system-wide behavior of specific;programs.;;All settings that you want to apply to all your users' environments should be in this file.
Description:Summary:
When invoked interactively with the --login option or when
invoked as sh, Bash reads the /etc/profile instructions. These usually set the shell variables PATH,
USER, MAIL, HOSTNAME and HISTSIZE.

On some systems, the umask value is configured in /etc/profile, on other systems this file holds
pointers to other configuration files such as:

- /etc/inputrc, the system-wide Readline initialization file where you can configure the command
line bell-style.

- the /etc/profile.d directory, which contains files configuring system-wide behavior of specific
programs.

All settings that you want to apply to all your users' environments should be in this file.

CVSS Score:
0.0

CVSS Vector:
AV:L/AC:H/Au:S/C:N/I:N/A:N

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