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Secure Linux/UNIX access with PuTTY and OpenSSH  25 July 2006 
Source: " Secure Linux/UNIX access with PuTTY and OpenSSH" - Posted by Administrator   
This paper details the steps on how to set up secure access with PuTTY, including installation, configuration of sessions, and all the steps required to set up public keys and employe the key agents. It includes lots and lots of helpful screenshots,
Using Fuzzing to Detect Security Vulnerabilities  07 July 2006 
Source: "Using Fuzzing to Detect Security Vulnerabilities" - Posted by Administrator   
This paper discusses fuzzing, which allows relatively fast detection of critical security vulnerabilities in various applications.
Securing and Hardening Linux Production Systems  23 June 2006 
Source: "Securing and Hardening Linux Production Systems" - Posted by Administrator   
This article is a practical step-by-step guide for securing Linux production systems. It discusses basic Linux Security requirements for systems that need to pass various audits in an enterprise environment. If you work on a corporate Linux Security
Developing a Security-Awareness Culture - Improving Security Decision Making  20 June 2006 
Source: "Developing a Security-Awareness Culture - Improving Security Decision Making" - Posted by Administrator   
This paper examines important facets of individual and group decision-making and provides prescriptive guidance on how we may improve the quality of our decision-making processes, leading to a better security decisions.
Linux RootKits For Beginners - From Prevention to Removal  20 June 2006 
Source: "Linux RootKits For Beginners - From Prevention to Removal" - Posted by Administrator   
This paper helps to create a better understanding of rootkits and its effects. Also, this paper discusses how to monitor for a rootkit, and the steps that need to be taken to remove one.
Linux Kernal Hardening  20 June 2006 
Source: "Linux Kernal Hardening" - Posted by Administrator   
This whitepaper shows how to harden your Linux kernel to prevent malicious attacks.
Security Quick-Start HOWTO for Linux  20 June 2006 
Source: "Security Quick-Start HOWTO for Linux" - Posted by Administrator   
This document is a an overview of the basic steps required to secure a Linux installation from intrusion. It is intended to be an introduction.
Database Security -- A Key Component of Application Security  19 June 2006 
Source: "Database Security -- A Key Component of Application Security" - Posted by Administrator   
This paper covers various ways databases are attacked, and how to prevent them from being "hacked".
Why Linux Threats Mean Business  19 June 2006 
Source: " Why Linux Threats Mean Business" - Posted by Administrator   
Linux-related security issues are an increasing threat to businesses. Discover a solution that protects complex networks with vital on-access scanning capabilities, automatic updating and intuitive management functions.
Virus protection isn't just a Windows issue  19 June 2006 
Source: "Virus protection isn't just a Windows issue" - Posted by Administrator   
Superior security is often cited as the primary reason for running a non-Windows platform such as UNIX/Linux or Mac.
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