Answer / vincent sahayaraja
The Solaris Security Toolkit, formerly known as the
JumpStart Architecture and Security Scripts (JASS) toolkit,
provides a flexible and extensible mechanism to harden and
audit Solaris Operating Systems (OSs). The Solaris Security
Toolkit simplifies and automates the process of securing
Solaris Operating Systems and is based on proven security
best practices and practical customer site experience
gathered over many years. This toolkit can be used to
secure SPARC-based and x86/x64-based systems.
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