STONIX is a program for configuring UNIX and Linux computer operating systems. It applies configurations based on the guidance from publicly accessible resources such as: NSA Guides, DISA STIGs, the Center for Internet Security (CIS), USGCB and vendor security documentation. STONIX is written in the Python programming language using the QT4 and PyQT4 libraries to provide a GUI. The code is designed to be easily extensible and customizable.
STONIX V. 0.X; 003418MLTPL00 C15050; LA-CC-15-021
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Open Source Software package available from Los Alamos National Laboratory at the following URL: https://github.com/CSD-Public/stonix
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Los Alamos National Laboratory
David A. Kennel, Ekkehard J. Koch, Breen Malmberg, Stephen C. McLenithan, Roy S. Nielsen, Derek Trent Walker
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Title: Stonix, Version 0.x
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