How to Harden Your Linux Servers Security with Bastille
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How to Harden Your Linux Servers Security with Bastille

The Bastille hardening program “locks down” an operating system, pro-actively configuring the system for increased…

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Pf vs iptables, Untangle, Pfsense – Why not both?
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Pf vs iptables, Untangle, Pfsense – Why not both?

My name is Jacob Graham and I am a Junior Systems Administrator in Victoria, Canada.…

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Introduction to SSH
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Introduction to SSH

Introduction What is SSH? Why use SSH? SSH is a network protocol similar to telnet…

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ufw Firewall Usage on Ubuntu
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ufw Firewall Usage on Ubuntu

There’s an important piece of software sitting on your computer that you are probably completely…

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Install Tripwire Intrusion Detection System (IDS) on Linux
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Install Tripwire Intrusion Detection System (IDS) on Linux

Tripwire is an open-source security and data integrity tool useful for monitoring and alerting on specific…

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Block SSH Brute Force Attacks Using SSHGuard
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Block SSH Brute Force Attacks Using SSHGuard

SSHGuard is a fast and lightweight monitoring tool written in C language. It monitors and…

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ClusterSSH: Manage Multiple SSH Sessions on Linux
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ClusterSSH: Manage Multiple SSH Sessions on Linux

ClusterSSH is a Cluster administration tool via SSH. It is used to control number of xterm windows…

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Deadly Linux Commands
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Deadly Linux Commands

In every society there is always the good and the bad. The bad are working…

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Larry Page, “Dear Google Users”
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Larry Page, “Dear Google Users”

Internet media has reported that the NSA, the secretive United States Government Organization, has direct…

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Secure Your Network Using IPFire Firewall Distribution
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Secure Your Network Using IPFire Firewall Distribution

One of the core component of network of all organizations is security. Many large companies…

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How Secure is Your Password? Create a Strong Password and Sleep Well
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How Secure is Your Password? Create a Strong Password and Sleep Well

Our on-line content, bank accounts, shopping accounts and social network accounts are as safe as…

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Scan Your Home Network With Nmap
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Scan Your Home Network With Nmap

Who should read this article? Everyone who is interested in computer security and computer networking.…

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A Secure Password
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A Secure Password

The minimum you can do to protect yourself is to avoid weak passwords. In most…

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Audit the security of your Unix/Linux systems using lynis
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Audit the security of your Unix/Linux systems using lynis

Lynis is an auditing tool for unix/linux like systems which is used to scan the…

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The Unhackable Google!
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The Unhackable Google!

Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft (in no particular order) were recently attacked by hackers. This led…

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Top 5 security Myths about Linux; and their realities
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Top 5 security Myths about Linux; and their realities

Linux, unfortunately has been long surrounded by myths. Despite the speedy adoption of Linux as…

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How to Secure Your System
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How to Secure Your System

The world of computing and the internet is a very normal and accepted entity to…

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Some Linux/Unix Security Guidelines
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Some Linux/Unix Security Guidelines

Unix security  is  a big world including Software  and  hardware, there is no  guaranties to …

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