Tools compared: Lynis VS Tiger
Finding the right tool for the job can be difficult task. This sheet compares Lynis and Tiger.
Lynis is a security auditing tool for systems running Linux, macOS, or Unix. It can be used for security assessments and configuration audits.
Tiger a security audit and intrusion detection tool for flavors of Unix
Lynis is an open source security auditing tool that is available since 2007 and created by Michael Boelen. Its primary goal is to evaluate the security defenses of systems running Linux or other flavors of Unix. It provides suggestions to install, configure, or correct any security measures.
|Strenghts||Commercial support available, More than 50 contributors, More than 4000 GitHub stars, Used language is shell script, Very low number of dependencies, Project is mature (5+ years), The source code of this software is available||Used language is shell script, The source code of this software is available|
|Weaknesses||No updates for a while|
|Programming language(s)||shell script||shell script|
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|More information||Lynis review||Tiger review|