User account, other than root user, with user ID set to 0 is found
The user ID (UID) '0' is reserved for default root account. Root is the superuser account in Linux. It is a user account for administrative purposes, and typically has the highest access rights on the system. Configuring UID as '0' for other user account grants them root-level privileges. Therefore, it's recommended to use a UID other than '0' for user accounts other than the root user.
Linux - User Account Management
Follow the below steps to resolve the misconfiguration.
Remove any users other than root with UID 0 or assign them a new UID if appropriate using the following command:
Potential issues that may arise after applying the resolution
Altering the existing security setting may create the following impact in your network operations.
Does remediation require reboot?
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