ASET uses the three master tune files, tune.low, tune.med, and tune.high, to ease or tighten access to critical system files. These master files are located in the /usr/aset/masters directory. You can modify the files to suit your environment. For examples, see Tune File Examples.
The tune.low file sets permissions to values that are appropriate for default system settings. The tune.med file further restricts these permissions. The tune.med file also includes entries that are not present in tune.low. The tune.high file restricts permissions even further.
Modify settings in the tune files by adding or deleting file entries. You cannot effectively set a permission to a less restrictive value than the current setting. The ASET tasks do not relax permissions unless you downgrade your system security to a lower level.