• Subject: Unconverted *PGM objects on RISC box
  • From: Steve Glanstein <mic@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Oct 1997 17:05:59 -1000 (HST)


I just jumped into this so I may be behind the 8 ball.

In order to find all untranslated *PGM objects on your RISC box, do a 
CHKOBJITG command to an output file.  Use query to select objects that 
have NOTRANS set as a violation in the file.  This will give you the 
library, name, and owner of the objects.

By the way, you can get to this command from the security toolkit (GO 
SECTOOLS) or command line.  Recommendation is to run it from batch.  I 
believe *AUDIT special authority is required.

This command will also detect if somebody casually hacked their way into 
the instruction set for the programs, possibly creating a trojan horse or 
virus.  It's quite good.

Steve Glanstein

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