Tighten Security on that Linux Box!
Posted on: 01/23/2000 06:39 PM

PC World has posted part one (of a series?) of Linux security articles. If you're the paranoid type, or you spend allot of time online, you may want to check this article out. Here's a snip...
By its very nature, Linux offers many possibilities for remote users, when networked. Much of its popularity rests on the very fact that complex networking tasks can be achieved with relative simplicity and expediency. The downside of this, however, is that Linux can be vulnerable to serious remote compromise and penetration. For the beginner and average user, the solution is an understanding of basic Linux security.





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