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Adding New users | etc/passwd File
Edit passwd and shadow files Set an initial password Create home directory For the user Copy default startup files to the user’s home directory Set the user’s mail home and establish mail aliases if applicable Others Add the user to /etc/group file Configure disk quotas Verify the account.

http://www.csl.mtu.edu/cs3451/www/notes/ch6%20-%20Adding%20new%20users.pdf

Expanded Login Options During... | Default passwd File
the / etc/default/passwd file. ■ New passwords must not be contained in a name service's password history. Password rules are explained in detail The display above shows sample passwd file contents without any explanation. The following table goes further, providing a description and the source...

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36784_01/pdf/E36818.pdf

Locating Information About Oracle Solaris... | Default passwd File
These UIDs are reserved for allocation by Oracle Solaris. By definition, root always has UID 0, daemon has UID 1, and pseudo-user bin has UID 2. In addition, you should give uucp logins and pseudo user logins, such as who, tty, and ttytype, low UIDs so that they fall at the beginning of the passwd file.

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23824_01/pdf/821-1451.pdf

Address family not supported by protocol family
226 passwd: Changing password for string 226 passwd (SYSTEM): System error: repository out of range 228 passwd.org_dir: NIS+ servers unreachable 228 Password does not decrypt secret key for [email protected] 228 password le busy No such user as string- cron entries not created. /etc/passwd.

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19455-01/806-2720/806-2720.pdf

Securing Password Storage
History. etc/passwd. root:0:0:EC90xWpTKCo hjackman:100:100:KMEzyulaQQ2 bgoldthwa:101:101:Po2gweIEPZ2 jsteven:102 qq Circa 1973 qq ‘one-­‐way’ password encryption qq chmod a+r /etc/passwd qq DES took 1 sec per password. © 2013 Cigital Inc. All Rights Reserved.

http://sconce.ics.uci.edu/134-W14/Securing-Password%E2%80%93Storage-RW.pdf

Red Hat Enterprise Linux
6.3.1.1. Usernames and UIDs, Groups and GIDs. 6.3.2. Files Controlling User Accounts and Groups. 6.3.2.1. /etc/passwd. Free disk space checking and reporting Backups System performance data collection User account maintenance (creation, deletion, etc.)

https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/4/pdf/Introduction_To_System_Administration/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-4-Introduction_To_System_Administration-en-US.pdf

Introduction to Computer Security | etc/passwd examples
User account information: /etc/passwd. 1. Username: used when user logs in, 1–32 characters long 2. Password: ’x’ indicates that encrypted password is stored in. 1. Username: the user name 2. Passwd: the encrypted password 3. Last: days since Jan 1, 1970 that password was last.

http://www.ra.cs.uni-tuebingen.de/lehre/ss11/introsec/08-unix.pdf

Unit 14 | etc/security/failedlogin
# pwdadm username • SMIT invokes the passwd command • An ordinary user can use the passwd command to. change own password • Only root or member of security group can change. User limits User environment settings Login settings. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008. /etc/passwd file.

http://www.mi.fu-berlin.de/wiki/pub/Tec/ArtLehreSystemverwaltung2009/AIXSysAdminI_14_UserSec.pdf

Chapter 7
§ /etc/passwd is world-readable as many. programs require data from user accounts; makes password-guessing attacks easy. § Shadow password files: passwords are not.

http://security.di.unimi.it/sicurezza1314/slides/ch07.pdf

Computer Security
directory first; e.g. get password file with input /. ... ../etc/passwd.

http://security.di.unimi.it/sicurezza1516/slides/ch10a.pdf