BANN-7126 - Banner /etc/issue
Make users aware that systems are monitored and their privacy might be limited, if required by legal requirements or law. Add a banner to /etc/issue.net to warn users.
How to solve
Add a legal disclaimer in your /etc/issue file. Consult a legal contact person within your company, or use a predefined version.
Linux and Unix System Hardening
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