Setup And Configure OpenVPN Server On Ubuntu 13.10
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Setup And Configure OpenVPN Server On Ubuntu 13.10

Introduction OpenVPN is a robust and highly flexible tunneling application that uses all of the…

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Setup And Configure OpenVPN Server On CentOS 6.5
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Setup And Configure OpenVPN Server On CentOS 6.5

Introduction OpenVPN is a robust and highly flexible tunneling application that uses all of the…

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Protect Yourselves From Attacks On Public WiFi Networks With WiFi Protector
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Protect Yourselves From Attacks On Public WiFi Networks With WiFi Protector

All the anti-virus programs in the world won’t help you if you log on the…

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News from Kaspersky Lab: Tor is protecting criminals
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News from Kaspersky Lab: Tor is protecting criminals

In a previous article I wrote a bit about Tor. Free browser, relays bouncing your…

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How to surf using Tor Browser Bundle
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How to surf using Tor Browser Bundle

Tor (The Onion Router) is a free software that allows users to browse the web…

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Why Should You Put Linux In Your Computer
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Why Should You Put Linux In Your Computer

My life has changed quite alot since the day I switched to Ubuntu, a friendly…

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Install Ganglia Monitoring System On Ubuntu 13.10 / Debian 7
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Install Ganglia Monitoring System On Ubuntu 13.10 / Debian 7

Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and…

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Kippo – A SSH Honeypot To Monitor Brute Force Attacks On Debian 7 / Ubuntu 13.10
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Kippo – A SSH Honeypot To Monitor Brute Force Attacks On Debian 7 / Ubuntu 13.10

Do you ever wanted to monitor the brute-force attacks and know how often the attackers…

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Interview With Sancho Lerena From Pandora FMS
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Interview With Sancho Lerena From Pandora FMS

Hello Unixmen readers, today we have a special guest here at our desk! Ladies and…

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Install and Configure Nagios On CentOS, RHEL, Scientific Linux 6.5/6.4
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Install and Configure Nagios On CentOS, RHEL, Scientific Linux 6.5/6.4

Nagios is an open source software that can be used for network and infrastructure monitoring.…

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Install Zabbix Monitoring Tool On CentOS, RHEL, Scientific Linux 6.5
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Install Zabbix Monitoring Tool On CentOS, RHEL, Scientific Linux 6.5

Zabbix is an enterprise-class open source distributed monitoring solution that can be used to monitor…

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Angry IP Scanner: Scan IP Addresses And Ports For Analyzing Networks
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Angry IP Scanner: Scan IP Addresses And Ports For Analyzing Networks

Angry IP Scanner, also known as ipscan, is an open source network scanning tool that…

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Tunnel SSH Connections Over SSL Using ‘Stunnel’ On Debian 7 / Ubuntu 13.10
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Tunnel SSH Connections Over SSL Using ‘Stunnel’ On Debian 7 / Ubuntu 13.10

stunnel is designed to work as an SSL encryption wrapper between remote client and local…

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sshuttle: A Poor man’s VPN Over SSH
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sshuttle: A Poor man’s VPN Over SSH

Mount Remote Filesystems Over SSH Using SSHFS
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Mount Remote Filesystems Over SSH Using SSHFS

We, all, use NFS, Samba and OpenAFS to mount and access remote file systems over…

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Pandora FMS – An Universal Monitoring System For Your Organization
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Pandora FMS – An Universal Monitoring System For Your Organization

What is Pandora FMS? Pandora FMS is an open source Flexible Monitoring System developed by…

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How To Install KeePassx 2.0 Alpha 4 In Ubuntu
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How To Install KeePassx 2.0 Alpha 4 In Ubuntu

Managing too many accounts is not that easy and it is harder without a password…

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Updated Debian 7: 7.3 released!
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Updated Debian 7: 7.3 released!

The Debian project is pleased to announce the third update of its stable distribution Debian…

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