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Scripts to run Tiger in other operating systems

TIGER, or the 'tiger' scripts, is a set of Bourne shell scripts, C programs and data files which are used to perform a security audit of UNIX systems. TIGER has one primary goal: report ways 'root' can be compromised.

This package provides all the scripts for operating systems other than Linux provided for in the Tiger distribution. It is provided in the hope it will be useful for admins that wish to run tiger in a distributed environment sharing this files through the network (e.g. NFS).

Package version:1:3.2.3-4


tiger (1:3.2.3-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Updated Debian Policy to 3.9.0.
  * Pull fixes from upstream SVN:
    - Fixed the bashism problem with logical expression in 
      /systems/HPUX/check_trusted. (Closes: #581140).
    - Added support to recognize fuse.ltspfs for ltspfs file system. Thanks to 
      Alexandre Cavalcante Alencar. (Closes: #587507).
  * Added debian/ file.
  * Ad


NOTE: To read changes made to the Debian package (since
August 23rd 2001) see the changelog.Debian file

Changes (v 3.2.4)

- Fixed some bashisms in files:
   * systems/default/check_ndd, line 90.
   * systems/HPUX/check_passwdspec, lines 101, 108.

- Fixed a problem in the sh script file scripts/sub/check_suid
  finding the owner of files. 

- Fixed warning messages in script


This package was debianized by Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Peña <>
 on Thu, 23 Aug 2001 15:07:16 +0200.

It was downloaded from
(original site is at
more information at

The TARA version which has been also integrated in this package 
(even if the

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