1 Copyright IBM Corporation 2008 All rights reserved IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 LAB EXERCISE WebSphere Application Server security auditing What this exercise is about... 1 Lab requirements... 1 What you should be able to do... 2 Introduction... 2 Exercise instructions... 3 Part 1: Create an audit User ID... 4 Part 2: Configure and enable security auditing... 8 Part 3: View the audit logs Part 4: (Optional) Create a new event filter Part 5: (Optional) Digitally sign the audit log entries Part 6: (Optional) Encrypt the audit logs Part 7: (Optional) Verbose logging and reporting What you did in this exercise What this exercise is about The objective of this lab is to introduce some of the new security auditing features in WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V7 edition on distributed platforms. This exercise is split into two main sections. The first half goes through the process of enabling security auditing, setting basic audit configurations, and viewing the audit reports. The second half, which is optional, goes through some slightly more advanced features of the auditing functionality, including encrypting and digitally signing the audit logs. Lab requirements The list of system and software required for the student to complete the lab. A system that meets that requirements for running WebSphere Application Server Version 7, with approximately 500 MB of disk space for creating profiles The most current version of WebSphere Application Server V7 An application server profiles with administrative security enabled, and with the administrative console and the default application deployed November, 17 Page 1 of 34
2 What you should be able to do At the end of this lab you should be able to: Enable security auditing Configure security auditing for different administrative users Generate and view security audit report Configure new event filters Configure digital signing for the audit logs Configure encryption settings for security auditing Introduction WebSphere Application Server Version 7 builds on improvements made in Version 6.1. A few of the major enhancements introduced in this release are the capabilities to: Part 1: Create an audit User ID Since it may be desirable to distinguish those console users that have administrative access from those that have auditing console, a separate administrator user is created and mapped to the Audit role. This user is then used to configure and enable auditing features. Part 2: Configure and enable WebSphere security auditing This portion of the exercise configures and enables the auditing service. Before actually enabling the auditing, you need to configure how notifications will take place. For this exercise, you configure auditing to report the events to a log file. Part 3: View the audit logs After enabling the auditing, you verify that events are being reported to the log file. You also generate an html report, which is more readable that the text based log files. Part 4: (Optional) Create a new event filter Security auditing reports only four types of events by default, but there are many additional events which can be configured as well. This section adds an additional event filter, and maps it to the configurations for the service provider and event factory. Part 5: (Optional) Digitally sign the audit log entries In order to ensure the integrity of the log entries, digital signing can be configured. Once signing is enabled, the log entries are also 64-bit encoded. This portion of the exercise enables digital signing for the audit logs. Part 6: (Optional) Encrypt the audit logs This part adds encryption on top of the digital signing. This requires the addition of a new keystore and certificate which will be specific to encrypting the audit logs. Once that keystore exists, the encryption is enabled and verified November, 17 Page 2 of 34
3 Part 7: (Optional) Verbose logging and reporting The final section of the lab enables verbose audit logging. This provides some additional information in the log entries that were not available previously. You also produce a new complete html audit report. Exercise instructions Instructions and subsequent documentation use symbolic references to directories which are listed as follows: Reference Variable Location Location <WAS_HOME> C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer /opt/websphere/appserver <TEMP> C:\temp /tmp /usr/websphere/appserver <hostname> Host name or host address for the machine where the profiles are being created Host name or host address for the machine where the profiles are being created 2008 November, 17 Page 3 of 34
4 Part 1: Create an audit User ID WebSphere Application Server has the ability to grant administrative users different roles to distinguish between the sorts of access they have within a cell or application server. With WebSphere Application Server version 7, a new role of Auditor has been added and is required to configure and enable any of the auditing features. By having a separate role for auditing, it is possible to distinguish between administrative users and those users you want to grant access to auditing functions. This part of the lab creates a new administrative user called wsaudit and maps them to the auditor role Start by ensuring that the application server is running. Open an administrative console and verify that administrative security is enabled. a. If administrative security is not enabled, enable it (using a file-based repository) and restart the server. 3. For security reasons, it is not necessarily desirable to have your administrators be able to configure and control the audit settings. The primary security user has implicit rights to the audit functionality, but other administrators do not (unless they have explicitly had the Audit role granted to their user). This step goes through adding a new user named wsaudit and assigning it to the Auditor. a. In the administrative console, under Users and Groups, click Manage Users. b. Click Search to verify that wsaudit does not already exist November, 17 Page 4 of 34
5 c. Click Create to add the new user. On the next screen enter: wsaudit for the User ID WAS for the First name Auditor for the Last name wsdemo for the Password and confirmation password d. Click Create again and then Close November, 17 Page 5 of 34
6 4. Assign the Auditor role to wsaudit. a. Using the administrative console, click Administrative user roles under Users and Groups. b. Click Add November, 17 Page 6 of 34
7 c. Select the Auditor role under the Roles list. Then click the Search button to display the list of known users. From the list of users, select wsaudit in the Available box and click the right arrow to add them to the Mapped to role. d. Click OK and Save the changes November, 17 Page 7 of 34
8 Part 2: Configure and enable security auditing Now that an auditor user exists, this part of the exercise configures and enables WebSphere security auditing. Before auditing can be enabled, several configuration settings need to be set so that the audit service knows what to do with the audit events. This initial part of the exercise turns on the basic auditing functions and sends the output to a log file. 1. Before enabling security auditing, there are some configuration setting that need to be set. a. In the administrative console, click Security auditing under Security. b. Before enabling the auditing, it is necessary to determine what happens with the audit records. Start by clicking Audit monitor under Related Items. c. Under Notifications, click New. d. This screen defined the notification specifics. Enter Log_Notification for the Notification name and check the Message log box. You can also configure notifications if needed. e. Click OK and Save the changes November, 17 Page 8 of 34
9 f. Now that a notification definition exists, it is possible to configure auditing to use that notification. On the same screen, check the Enable monitoring box and verify that Log_Notification has been selected in the Monitor notification pull-down list. g. Click OK and Save the changes. This returns you to the main Security auditing page November, 17 Page 9 of 34
10 2. Now that the configuration settings have been completed, it is possible to enable auditing. a. At this point, check the Enable security auditing box. From the Audit subsystem failure action pull-down, select Log warning. And from the Primary auditor user name, select wsaudit. NOTE: The Audit subsystem failure action dropdown menu has the following options: No warning: The No warning action specifies that the auditor will not be notified of a failure in the audit subsystem. The product will continue processing but audit reporting will be disabled. Log warning: The Log warning action specifies that the auditor will be notified of a failure in the audit subsystem. The product will continue processing but audit reporting will be disabled. Terminate server: The Terminate server action specifies the application server to gracefully quiesce when an unrecoverable error occurs in the auditing subsystem. If notifications are configured, the auditor will be sent a notification that an error has occurred. If logging to the system log is configured, the notification of the failure will be logged to the system file. b. Click Apply and Save the changes November, 17 Page 10 of 34
11 3. Restart the server to have these security changes take effect. a. In order for these changes to take effect, the server needs to be restarted. If this were running in a federated environment, the nodes would first be resynchronized, and then all processes in the cell would be restart. b. For this exercise, stop the server and then start it again November, 17 Page 11 of 34
12 Part 3: View the audit logs Security auditing is now enabled. This part of the exercise goes through the process of viewing the audit data. The fastest way to view the data is to simply look at the log file that is generated, but that can be difficult to read. The other way to view the data is to use wsadmin to generate an html report. This part of the exercise goes through both of these options. 1. View the log records with a text editor. a. Using Windows Explorer, go to the logs directory for the server and open the file called BinaryAudit_<cellName>_<nodeName>_server1.log in a text editor November, 17 Page 12 of 34
13 b. Notice the sequence numbers. Those are the individual audit records, but this format certainly is not easy to read. If a better text editor is used, the output can be slightly more readable, but still not easy to read. c. It is also possible to use tail f to track the entries added to the log file in real time. 2. Verify that auditing is actually logging events that need to be reported. a. Open a new browser instance to the administrative console. b. When prompted for a username and password, enter BADUSER and wsdemo 2008 November, 17 Page 13 of 34
14 c. Reopen the BinaryAudit_<cellName>_<nodeName>_server1.log in a text editor and search for BADUSER. There will be several instances and it becomes clear that the login attempt failed. 3. View the log entries using the Audit Log Reader. This is an interface available through wsadmin which will convert the audit log entries into an html report. a. Using a command window, go to the bin directory for your profile. Enter the command: wsadmin lang jython username wsaudit password wsdemo b. Once the wsadmin shell has started, enter the following command to generate an html report AdminTask.binaryAuditLogReader('-interactive ) 2008 November, 17 Page 14 of 34
15 c. The interactive mode will prompt for input for the following questions. Enter the following: filename: <profile_root>\logs\server1\binaryaudit_<cellname>_<nodename>_server1.log outputlocation: C:\basicAuditReport.html Key Store Password: <blank> Data points: <blank> Timestamp filter: <blank> Report mode selection: basic Events filter: <blank> Outcomes filter: <blank> Sequence filter: <blank> Select [F, C]: F 2008 November, 17 Page 15 of 34
16 d. At this point an html file by the name of basicauditreport.html is generated. With a Windows Explorer window, browse to the C:\ directory and double click basicauditreport.html November, 17 Page 16 of 34
17 Part 4: (Optional) Create a new event filter At this point, security auditing is configured and enabled and the logs have been viewed both through a text interface and an HTML report. Those are the most basic steps for getting started with auditing. The rest of the exercise goes through some additional features including configuring additional filters and encryption of the audit data. Since these features might not be of interest to all students, these parts have been marked as optional. In this part of the exercise, an additional event filter is created. This filter tells the audit service to audit any authorization failures. 1. The first step will be to add and configure the new event filter. a. Using the administrative console, log in as wsaudit. Go to the Security auditing page, and click Event type filters under Related Items. b. There are four default filters, including authentication success, denied and redirect. There is also one resource_access filter. To create a new filter, click New November, 17 Page 17 of 34
18 c. Enter Authorization_Event for the Name. Select SECURITY_AUTHZ from the Selectable events region and click the right arrow to move it into the Enabled events. Then select DENIED from the Selectable events outcomes and click the right arrow to move it into the Enabled event outcomes. d. Click OK and Save the changes November, 17 Page 18 of 34
19 2. Notice that there is a new event defined. But this event will not be audited until further configuration is complete. The next step is to configure the service provider. a. Go back to the Security auditing page and click Audit service provider. There will be only one defined at this point, click auditserviceproviderimpl_ November, 17 Page 19 of 34
20 b. Notice that the Authorization_Event that was just created is listed under the Selectable filters, but is not part of the Enabled filters list. Select the new filter and click the right arrow to move it to the Enabled filters list. c. Click OK and Save the changes November, 17 Page 20 of 34
21 3. Update the event factory configuration. a. Return to the Security auditing page and click on Audit event factory configuration. There will be only one defined at this point, click auditeventfactoryimpl_1. b. Like in the service provider screen, move the Authorization_Event to the Enabled filters for the event factory. c. Click OK and Save the changes. Note: The event factory is where the configuration is done to define what events are gathered. The service provider is where the configuration occurs to define which events are reported. See the Information Center for details on the numerous other event types that can be configure November, 17 Page 21 of 34
22 4. Restart the application server and verify that these updates are doing what is expected. a. Restart the application server in order for the changes to take effect. b. Once the application server has been restart, look at the BinaryAudit.log file in the server s log directory. Take note of the latest sequence number. c. Now, attempt to stop the application server using wsaudit as the username. Since the wsaudit user is not a console administrator, this should fail. d. Once the stopserver command has failed, look at the BinaryAudit.log file again. Look for the SECURITY_AUTHZ entry that shows the denial November, 17 Page 22 of 34
23 Part 5: (Optional) Digitally sign the audit log entries By default, the auditing data is stored in clear text. Although this provides useful information, it could potentially be tampered with. To help deal with this issue, the data can be digitally signed, encrypted or both. This part of the exercise turns on digital signatures for the audit data ensuring the integrity of the data. The administrator is able to choose which certificate s private key is used to digitally sign the log entries. This then means that only the corresponding public key is needed to validate the signature. For an additional level of security, turning on digital signing also has the side effect of having the log entries 64-bit encoded. 1. For this part of the exercise, administrative access is required for the console (not just auditor access). a. In the administrative console window, logout as the wsaudit user. b. Log in again as wsdemo, which has implicit access as an administrator November, 17 Page 23 of 34
24 2. Turn on digital signing for the audit logs. a. Return to the Security auditing page of the administrative console and click Audit record signing configuration. b. Check the Enable signing box. Accept the default for the Managed keystore containing the signing certificate, which should be the NodeDefaultKeyStore. For the Certificate alias under Certificate in keystore, select default from the pulldown. c. Click OK and Save the changes. d. Restart the application server to have the changes take affect November, 17 Page 24 of 34
25 3. View the audit log and take note that the log entries are now encoded. a. Using a text editor, open the new BinaryAudit.log file. Notice that the records are now encoded. The file header also includes specific information on the keys used for digitally signing the records. b. Now verify that the html reports can still be generated correctly. In a command window, start wsadmin from the profile s bin directory with the following command: wsadmin lang jython username wsaudit password wsdemo c. Once the wsadmin shell has started, enter the following command to generate an html report AdminTask.binaryAuditLogReader('-interactive ) 2008 November, 17 Page 25 of 34
26 d. The interactive mode will prompt for input for the following questions. Enter the following: filename: <profile_root>\logs\server1\binaryaudit<cellname>_<nodename>_server1.log outputlocation: C:\signedAuditReport.html Key Store Password: <blank> Data points: <blank> Timestamp filter: <blank> Report mode selection: basic Events filter: <blank> Outcomes filter: <blank> Sequence filter: <blank> Select [F, C]: F e. Using Windows Explorer, go to C:\ and double click on signedauditreport.html. This will open the HTML report in a browser. Notice that the entries in this report look exactly like they did before the signing was turned on November, 17 Page 26 of 34
27 Part 6: (Optional) Encrypt the audit logs If the intention is to not just protect the integrity of the data, but actually encrypt it, that is possible as well. In this part of the exercise, the log entries will be both encrypted and signed, but it certainly is possible to encrypt them and not sign them. The first step toward encrypting the log entries is to create a new key store and certificate specifically for audit encryption. 1. Log into the console as wsaudit. a. This section requires being logged in as the wsaudit console user since it has auditor access. 2. Create a key store and certificate for audit encryption. a. Using the administrative console, logged in as wsaudit, go to the Security auditing page. Click Audit encryption key stores and certificates under Related Items. b. Click New to create a new key store and certificate. c. For the name, enter AuditKeyStore and fore the Path enter C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer\profiles\AppSrv01\properties\audit.p12. Enter wsdemo in the Password fields and accept the default Type of PKCS12. d. Click OK and Save the changes. e. Next the actual certificate needs to be created. Click the AuditKeyStore in the Audit encryption key stores and certificates page. On the right side, click Personal certificates under Additional Properties. f. Click Create self-signed Certificate to create the new certificate November, 17 Page 27 of 34
28 g. Enter AuditEncryptionCertificate for the Alias and ibm.com for the Common name. h. Click OK November, 17 Page 28 of 34
29 3. Turn on encryption for the audit logs. a. Return to the Security auditing page and click Audit record encryption configuration. b. Check the Enable encryption box. Accept the default keystore of AuditKeyStore and the default Certificate alias of auditencryptioncertificate. c. Click OK and Save the changes. d. Restart the application server to have the changes take effect. 4. View the audit log and take note that the log entries are now encrypted. a. Using a text editor, open the new BinaryAudit.log file. Notice that the file header now includes encryption certificate information; otherwise the individual entries look much the same as they did when the records were merely signed. b. Now verify that the html reports can still be generated correctly. In a command window, start wsadmin from the profile s bin directory with the following command: wsadmin lang jython username wsaudit password wsdemo c. Once the wsadmin shell has started, enter the following command to generate an HTML report AdminTask.binaryAuditLogReader('-interactive ) 2008 November, 17 Page 29 of 34
30 d. The interactive mode will prompt for input for the following questions. Enter the following (note this time the key Store Password is required): filename: <profile_root>\logs\server1\binaryaudit_<cellname>_<nodename>_server1.log outputlocation: C:\encryptedAuditReport.html Key Store Password: wsdemo Data points: <blank> Timestamp filter: <blank> Report mode selection: basic Events filter: <blank> Outcomes filter: <blank> Sequence filter: <blank> Select [F, C]: F e. Using Windows Explorer, go to C:\ and double click encryptedauditreport.html. This will open the HTML report in a browser. Notice that the entries in this report look exactly like they did before the signing and encryption was turned on November, 17 Page 30 of 34
31 Part 7: (Optional) Verbose logging and reporting Finally, for comparison, this section of the exercise turns on verbose audit logging and generates a report with the complete mode. 1. Turn on verbose logging for security auditing. a. In the administrative console, return to the Security auditing page. b. Check the Enable verbose auditing box. c. Click Apply and Save the changes. 2. In order to read the log files in clear text, disable both signing and encryption. a. In the Security auditing page, click Audit record encryption configuration. b. Uncheck Enable encryption and click OK. c. Save the changes. d. In order to turn off signing, you will need to be logged into the console as an administrator user. Logout of the wsaudit session and login as wsdemo. e. Return to the Security auditing page and click Audit record signing configuration. f. Uncheck Enable signing and click OK November, 17 Page 31 of 34
32 g. Save the change Restart the application server to have these changes take effect. Open the BinaryAudit.log in a text editor. Notice that the entries have additional information in them. Next, using wsadmin, generate an html report using the same process as before, but enter complete for the reportmode and C:\completeAuditReport.html for the outputlocation. Open the new audit report and notice that it also has more information than was available with the basic reportmode November, 17 Page 32 of 34
33 What you did in this exercise In this lab you learned how to enable security auditing for WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V7. You created an auditor user, configured and enabled auditing, and viewed the text based log files and the generated html report. In the optional parts of this exercise, you created a new event filter, digitally signed the audit log entries and the encrypted them. Finally, you switched the auditing level to verbose and generated a complete audit report November, 17 Page 33 of 34
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Secret Server Installation Windows 8 / 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 / R2 Table of Contents Table of Contents... 1 I. Introduction... 3 A. ASP.NET Website... 3 B. SQL Server Database... 3 C. Administrative
SSL WebLogic Oracle Guía de Instalación Junio, 2015 Página 1 de 19 Setting Up SSL on Oracle WebLogic Server This section describes how to configure SSL on Oracle WebLogic Server for PeopleTools 8.50. 1.
Working With Your FTP Site Welcome to your FTP Site! The UnlimitedFTP (UFTP) software will allow you to run from any web page using Netscape, Internet Explorer, Opera, Mozilla or Safari browsers. It can
Guideline Creating IBM Cognos Controller Databases using Microsoft SQL Product(s): IBM Cognos Controller 8.1 or higher Area of Interest: Financial Management 2 Copyright Copyright 2008 Cognos ULC (formerly
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NetSupport DNA Configuration of Microsoft SQL Server Express Copyright 2016 NetSupport Ltd All rights reserved Configuration of Microsoft SQL Server Express and NetSupport DNA Installation Requirements
Installation Steps for PAN User-ID Agent If you have an Active Directory domain, and would like the Palo Alto Networks firewall to match traffic to particular logged-in users, you can install the PAN User-ID
Page 1 of 7 Cute_FTP Server Names and Authentication Before connecting to an FTP site you need three pieces of information: the server name or the site you are connecting to and a user name and password.
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Knowledge Base Article: Article 218 Revision 2 How to connect BAI to a Remote SQL Server Database? Date: January 11th, 2011 Last Update: January 21st, 2013 (see Section 2, C, 4) Problem: You want to create
Moving the TRITON Reporting Databases Topic 50530 Web, Data, and Email Security Versions 7.7.x, 7.8.x Updated 06-Nov-2013 If you need to move your Microsoft SQL Server database to a new location (directory,
IIS, FTP Server and Windows The Objective: To setup, configure and test FTP server. Requirement: Any version of the Windows 2000 Server. FTP Windows s component. Internet Information Services, IIS. Steps: