2.1.9 Ensure tftp server is not enabled (Scored)

Level 1 - Server 
Level 1 - Workstation

Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a simple file transfer protocol, typically used to automatically transfer configuration or boot machines from a boot server. The packages tftp and atftp are both used to define and support a TFTP server.

TFTP does not support authentication nor does it ensure the confidentiality or integrity of data. It is recommended that TFTP be removed, unless there is a specific need for TFTP. In that case, extreme caution must be used when configuring the services.

Verify the tftp service is not enabled. Run the following commands and verify results are as indicated:

grep -R "^tftp" /etc/inetd.*

No results should be returned

check /etc/xinetd.conf and /etc/xinetd.d/* and verify all tftp services have disable = yes set.

Comment out or remove any lines starting with tftp from /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/inetd.d/*.
Set disable = yes on all tftp services in /etc/xinetd.conf and /etc/xinetd.d/*.