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Linux Security Interviews Secure Computing  26 July 2000  Print E-mail
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Features In this interview, two principals from Secure Computing, Inc. offer their thoughts on the state of Linux and security, its place in the data center as a secure platform for business, and their work with the National Security Agency to create a Type Enforced version of Linux.

Advanced Access Control with the Trustees Project  19 July 2000  Print E-mail
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Features The Linux Trustees Project is an effort to create improved access control and advanced file permission management similar to other operating systems.

Jay Beale and the Bastille Linux Project  14 July 2000  Print E-mail
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Features Jay Beale talks about his efforts as lead developer of one of the hottest projects in the Internet security space today.
Security is Not a Luxury Anymore for Small Business  11 July 2000  Print E-mail
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Features This article by Andrew Kaufman talks about shortsighted thinking that is prevalent in many companies that do not put in place effective security measures.
Simple Commands for Intrusion Detection  29 June 2000  Print E-mail
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Features Have you ever suspected or been notified that your Linux system is under attack? How do you determine whether your system has been compromised? This document is intended to explain how an administrator can implement basic security incident investigation techniques.
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