How To Configure Finger Server Security

In This Tutorials We Are Going To Learn How To Configure Finger Security In Redhat Enterprise Linux Rhel-4&5

Just Follow These Simple Steps To Configure Finger Security

Step-1 Now If You Have To Configure Finger Security In Linux So Firstly You Must Have To Configure Finger Server Before

Step-2 If You Dont Know How To Configure Finger Server In Linux So Click On This Link And Learn How To Configure Finger Server

https://techno4you.net/2018/07/05/how-to-configure-finger-server-in-linux-rhel-45/

Step-3 Now After Configuring Finger Server Now You Have To Do The Security Of Finger Server By Going The configuration File Of Finger Server After Then We Have To Do The Security

#vim /etc/xinetd.d/finger

 

After Running This Command This Is The Configuration File Of Finger Server

Now You Have To Do Changes Inside This Configuration File

Here Is The Changes I Am Writing Down

cps                 =   20
per_source     =   1
only_from      =  1.0.0.10 1.0.0.20 1.0.0.30 1.0.0.40
no_access     =   1.0.0.100 1.0.0.200 1.0.0.150

Step-4 This Is All The Changes You Have To Do Inside The Configuration File Here You Can Check This Picture Also Where To Do Changes Or How To Do Changes Inside The Configuration File Of Finger Server

 

Now What is The Use Of This Commands And Why We Use This Commands

cps = 20 3 {It Means One Time 20 User Can Allow After Then Wait For 3 Seconds}

only_from = 1.0.0.10  1.0.0.20 1.0.0.30 1.0.0.40 {It Means It Will Allow Only These 3 Ip’s And Block All Others Ip’s}

no_access  = 1.0.0.100  1.0.0.200 1.0.0.150 {It Means It Wll Block These 3 Ip’s Address If Anyone Come From This Ip Address Then It Will Not Login To Finger}

This Is All How To Configure Finger Security And How To Do Some Layers Of Security

Now What You Have To Do Now Follow These 4 Simple Steps And Learn How To Configure Finger Server And Learn How To Do Security Of These Layers In Finger

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