Hardening Framework releases updated Ansbile os-hardening and ssh-hardening

The Hardening Framework once again updates its framework’s Ansible modules, making them compatible with the new Ansible 2.0 release! But that’s not all. Next to bug-fixes and support for additional operating systems, this release focused on making the os-hardening and ssh-hardening roles more configurable. This allows you to alter them...


Hardening Framework releases updated Ansbile os-hardening and ssh-hardening

Continuously, the Hardening Framework improves its framework to cover up-to-date server hardening. Sebastian Gumprich and Anton Lugovoi did an amazing job to improve the Ansible implementation for os-hardening and ssh-hardening. Core focus of the last release was to improve and ease the installation via Ansible Galaxy. For os-hardening: Fix a...


Ansible os-hardening role released

After two months of development the Hardening Framework team is glad to announce that we created our second Ansible role: ansible-os-hardening. This role hardens a Linux operating system according to best practices and implements the same guidelines as our successful Chef and Puppet implementations. In these two months Sebastian Gumprich...


Hardening Framework supports Puppet 4

We are happy to announce Puppet 4 support for the Hardening Framework. All puppet modules have been updated and are continously tested for Puppet 4 support, now: Puppet OS Hardening Puppet SSH hardening Puppet MySql Hardening Puppet Postgres Hardening Puppet Apache Hardening Puppet Nginx Hardening In addition to Puppet 4,...


Ansible joins Hardening Framework

The Hardening Framework provides best-practice security for DevOps by implementing server hardening with DevOps tools. We are happy to announce that with help of Sebastian Gumprich we were able to implement our first Ansible role: ansible-ssh-hardening. Over the last weeks, we worked hard to release version 1.0: Implement ssh hardening...