PRNT-2307 - CUPS configuration file permissions
The configuration file (cupsd.conf) should be have limited file permissions. This reduces who can see the configuration of the CUPS daemon. Generally it should not be readable for normal users.
How to solve
Adjust file permissions of /etc/cups/cupsd.conf
Linux and Unix System Hardening
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