Crontab Security

All UNIX flavors have a command scheduler called cron. Each user can schedule repetitive tasks at regular interval. Example: files cleanup, backups, data synchronization or web sites checks. User space commands are provided for this purpose: crontab to easily schedule your tasks and at to schedule a one-shot command. A


APOC (A Point Of Control) is a framework for centralized management of configuration settings for Gnome and beyond. APOC, originally developed for JDS (the Gnome implementation of Sun Microsystems) and StarOffice, is part of Solaris as Open Source software. In a standard Solaris installation, APOC is not enabled: # svcs

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