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Using GnuPG with Pine for Secure E-Mail  12 April 2001  Print E-mail
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Features Many people have no problems sending sensitive data via e-mail. Most of us do not know how easy it is for anybody to read it. Just because somebody holds the title of "Systems Administrator" does not mean they can be trusted. What is stopping them from reading your e-mail? Nothing. This is where PGP comes in; it is easy-to-use encryption meant for the common person.
EnGarde Linux Now Available!  30 March 2001  Print E-mail
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Features EnGarde Secure Linux, the next generation in Linux security, is now available for immediate download.
Getting Started with Tripwire (Open Source Linux Edition)  21 March 2001  Print E-mail
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Features In this feature story, F. William Lynch outlines how to install and configure Tripwire, Open Source Linux Edition. Tripwire is a very effective host intrustion detection system.

Guardian Digital Presents EnGarde Linux  15 March 2001  Print E-mail
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Features EnGarde is the next generation in Linux security providing a complete suite of e-business services, intrusion alert capabilities, improved authentication and access control utilizing strong cryptography, and complete SSL secure Web-based administration capabilities.

Linux 2.4: Next Generation Kernel Security  01 March 2001  Print E-mail
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Features This document outlines the kernel security improvements that have been made in the 2.4 kernel. A number of significant improvements including cryptography and access control make 2.4 a serious contender for secure corporate environments as well as private virtual networking.

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