Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is a Linux feature that provides a mechanism for supporting access control security policies, through the use of Linux Security Modules (LSM) in the Linux kernel. It is a set of Kernel modifications and user-space tools that can be added to various Linux distributions. Its architecture strives to separate enforcement of security […]
Security should be an essential part of any system whether it be for a server running at the department of defense, or a dusty old computer sitting in the corner connected to the internet. The problem is though, most people don’t have a very good understanding of how to protect themselves from unwanted hackers, and […]
Maintaining a secure Web server on a Linux platform truly tests your knowledge of server-side in Linux, Apache and PHP. You will have to ensure three features on every installation-it should be easy but powerful to use, it should increase your productivity and on top of these two the server should be secure. Across most […]
Mobile malware is rising, and there have been explosions in the world of viruses and Trojans. Virus makers are now targeting mobile platforms- thanks to their growing popularity. If we take the statistics from last 6 months, the chances of Android smart phones to be infected have doubled.
File permissions play an important part in website security, particularly if you are running your own web server. A few simple steps when setting up a website can save you a lot of trouble in the future and can be vitally important if you want to keep your company data secure. Therefore I have devised […]
Lightweight Portable Security (LPS), created by USA’s Department of Defence, is a small Linux live CD focusing on privacy and security, for this reason, it boots from a CD and executes from RAM, providing a web browser, a file manager and some interesing tools. LPS-Public turns an untrusted system into a trusted network client.