System security tools commands

You can use these commands to work with system security.

Table 1. System security tools commands
Command name Descriptive name Function
CHGSECA 1 Change Security Attributes Set new starting values for generating user ID numbers or group ID numbers. Users can specify a starting user ID number and a starting group ID number.
CFGSYSSEC Configure System Security Set security-relevant system values to their recommended settings. The command also sets up security auditing on your system.
CLRSVRSEC Clear Server Security Data Clear decryptable authentication information that is associated with user profiles and validation list (*VLDL) entries.
Note: This is the same information that was cleared in releases previous to V5R2 when the QRETSVRSEC system value was changed from '1' to '0'.
DSPSECA Display Security Attributes Display the current and pending values of some system security attributes.
PRTCMNSEC Print Communications Security Print the security attributes of the *DEVD, *CTL, and *LIND objects on the system.
PRTSYSSECA Print System Security Attributes Print a list of security-relevant system values and network attributes. The report shows the current value and the recommended value.
RVKPUBAUT Revoke Public Authority Set the public authority to *EXCLUDE for a set of security-sensitive commands on your system.
To use this command, you must have *SECADM special authority.