On 7/27/14, 11:26 PM, Shawn Wells wrote:
From: Leland Steinke <leland.j.steinke.ctr@mail.mil>

Signed-off-by: Leland Steinke <leland.j.steinke.ctr@mail.mil>
 RHEL/6/input/auxiliary/stig_overlay.xml   |    2 +-
 RHEL/6/input/system/permissions/files.xml |    2 +-
 2 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/RHEL/6/input/auxiliary/stig_overlay.xml b/RHEL/6/input/auxiliary/stig_overlay.xml
index 84515ab..d9820bc 100644
--- a/RHEL/6/input/auxiliary/stig_overlay.xml
+++ b/RHEL/6/input/auxiliary/stig_overlay.xml
@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@
 		<title>Library files must be owned by root.</title>
 	<overlay owner="disastig" ruleid="file_permissions_binary_dirs" ownerid="RHEL-06-000047" disa="1499" severity="medium">
-		<VMSinfo VKey="38469" SVKey="50269" VRelease="1" />
+		<VMSinfo VKey="38469" SVKey="50269" VRelease="2" />
 		<title>All system command files must have mode 0755 or less permissive.</title>
 	<overlay owner="disastig" ruleid="file_ownership_binary_dirs" ownerid="RHEL-06-000048" disa="1499" severity="medium">
diff --git a/RHEL/6/input/system/permissions/files.xml b/RHEL/6/input/system/permissions/files.xml
index e2883f3..5762fd9 100644
--- a/RHEL/6/input/system/permissions/files.xml
+++ b/RHEL/6/input/system/permissions/files.xml
@@ -285,7 +285,7 @@ System executables are stored in the following directories by default:
 To find system executables that are group-writable or world-writable,
 run the following command for each directory <i>DIR</i> which contains system executables:
-<pre>$ find <i>DIR</i> -perm /022</pre>
+<pre>$ find -L <i>DIR</i> -perm /022 -type f</pre>
 <rationale>System binaries are executed by privileged users, as well as system services,
 and restrictive permissions are necessary to ensure execution of these programs
-- 1.7.1