While ASET can be used to make a small number of security changes to a system, the Sun Security Toolkit provides a flexible and extensible mechanism to minimize, harden, and secure a Solaris system. The Sun Security Toolkit, informally known as the JASS toolkit, is a tool that enables the user to perform security modifications to a system. The tool can provide a report on the security status of a system. The tool also has the ability to undo previous runs of the tool. The JASS toolkit can be downloaded from the Sun web site, http://www.sun.com/software/security/jass. The web site contains pointers to online documentation.
The toolkit is described in detail in Securing Systems with the Solaris Security Toolkit, by Alex Noordergraaf and Glenn Brunette, ISBN 0-13-141071-7, June 2003. The book is part of the Sun BluePrints Series, which is published by Sun Microsystems Press.