Typos in documentation fixed.
Add of three supportive programs:
- SAVESEC to save security settings
- LISTSEC to list saved security settings
- RESEC to re-setablish saved security settings
HELP text now mentiones the support of extended wildcards.
Introduction of -H[ELP] start-up attribute, causing SECURE to display the command syntax.
Help text enhanced.
SECURE allows you to set the GUARDIAN security vectors based on
- wildcarding of the file-set to secure
- wildcarding of the security string to set
- file attributes of the files to secure
= file OWNER
= file CODE
= file SECURITY
= file TYPE
Beside all this, it also supports two hard coded security settings:
NETDUP sets the target security string to "N***" for all objects, and to "N*-*" for all other files. This secures the file in file-set ready to NETDUP1!
MYSEC sets the target security string to "UUOO" (= my favorite setting).
The security string can be provided with quotation marks (old format), e.g. "OONO", or without the the quotation makrs, e.g. OONO.
The security characters are NOT case sensitive!
A SHOW command is implemented. When given causes SECURE to display all activities as well as some statistics at the session end.
SECURE is optimized: In case the new security setting is equal to the current one, SECURE does NOT re-secure the file.