Hardening the OS with help from Uncle Sam
" Until today, Bastille could only harden or "lock down" systems. It did this by deactivating unnecessary operating system components and better configuring the ones that remained. It took proactive steps to make a system harder to compromise, reducing the probability that the next item in the attacker's toolkit will be successful against your system."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Apr 28, 2005 )
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