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 Tips to Secure Linux Workstation

Nice list of some simple things you can do to help your system be secure.

"The firewall is the front-line defense against remote attacks, it's highly recommended that you enable and configure it, Linux firewall infrastructure is called netfilter/iptables, unfortunately it is quite complicated, the details can't be covered here, so check out this howto, or use configuration frontends like m0n0wall (CLI), shorewall (CLI), and FireStarter (GUI)."
Tips to Secure Linux Workstation | Ayman Hourieh's Blog

 (Submitted by Noel Mon Mar 13, 2006 )

  


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