CCI|CCI-002227

Title

The organization restricts privileged accounts on the information system to organization-defined personnel or roles.

Reference Item Details

Category: 2013

Audit Items

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NamePluginAudit Name
5.2.8 Ensure users password required for privilege escalation when using sudo - rootpwUnixCIS Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v2.0.0 STIG
5.2.8 Ensure users password required for privilege escalation when using sudo - runaspwUnixCIS Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v2.0.0 STIG
5.2.8 Ensure users password required for privilege escalation when using sudo - targetpwUnixCIS Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v2.0.0 STIG
OL6-00-000536 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA STIG Oracle Linux 6 v2r6
OL6-00-000536 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA STIG Oracle Linux 6 v2r7
OL6-00-000536 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA STIG Oracle Linux 6 v2r7
OL6-00-000536 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA STIG Oracle Linux 6 v2r6
OL6-00-000536 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA STIG Oracle Linux 6 v2r7
OL6-00-000536 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA STIG Oracle Linux 6 v2r6
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'UnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r12
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r9
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r11
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r5
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r7
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r5
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r9
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r7
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r11
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - sudoUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r13
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r5
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r9
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r11
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r7
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'.UnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r14
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'. - rootpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r4
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'. - runaspwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r4
OL07-00-010342 - The Oracle Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'. - targetpwUnixDISA Oracle Linux 7 STIG v2r4
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r9
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r10
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r12
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r5
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r7
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r8
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r12
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r8
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r5
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r7
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r9
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - runaspwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r10
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r5
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r9
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r8
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r12
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r10
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - targetpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r7
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'.UnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r14
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'. - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r4
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'. - runaspwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r4
RHEL-07-010342 - The Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo'. - targetpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 STIG v3r4
RHEL-08-010383 - RHEL 8 must use the invoking user's password for privilege escalation when using 'sudo' - rootpwUnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 STIG v1r11