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Snort-Setup for Statistics HOWTO  23 November 2004 
Source: "Snort-Setup for Statistics HOWTO" - Posted by Administrator   
This HOWTO describes how to configure Snort to be used in conjunction with the statistical tools ACID (Analysis Console for Intrusion Databases) and SnortSnarf. It also intends to get some internal statistics out of snort, e.g. if there are packets d
 
Linux Kernel Hardening  23 November 2004 
Source: "Linux Kernel Hardening" - Posted by Administrator   
This article will cover the issues of Linux hardening, with a specific focus on kernel hardening and its use on production systems. Several kernel-hardening approaches and their usability will be analyzed.
 
Using The Coroner's Toolkit  23 November 2004 
Source: "Using The Coroner's Toolkit" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation discusses the use of two TCT tools, unrm and lazarus, on the Sun Solaris operating system, version 2.x. You can use this approach with other UNIX operating systems and hosts.
 
Responding to a Security Incident  23 November 2004 
Source: "Responding to a Security Incident" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation will discuss intrusion detection and help you recognize and detect port probes, port scans, denial of service (DoS) attempts and unauthorized access attempts.
 
Uncovering the secrets of SE Linux  23 November 2004 
Source: "Uncovering the secrets of SE Linux" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation will discuss the U.S. National Security Agency's security-enhanced version of Linux. This documentation takes a first look at this unexpected development -- what it means and what's to come -- and delves into the architecture of SE
 
The passphrase FAQ  23 November 2004 
Source: "The passphrase FAQ" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation discusses all aspects of passphrases, how to make them strong and how to crack them.
 
The SANS Security Policy Project  23 November 2004 
Source: "The SANS Security Policy Project" - Posted by Administrator   
SANS has some great information on generating security policies, and a few examples.
 
IT Security Cookbook  23 November 2004 
Source: "IT Security Cookbook" - Posted by Administrator   
This book is intended as a 'self help' guide to computer & network security, primarily for security managers, programmers and system administrators.
 
Rand Report R-609, Security Controls for Computer Systems  23 November 2004 
Source: "Rand Report R-609, Security Controls for Computer Systems" - Posted by Administrator   
This is reportedly the document that started computer security. It discusses intrusions, physical security, threats, policy considerations, and recommendations. Quite good.
 
SANS Intrusion Detection FAQ  23 November 2004 
Source: "SANS Intrusion Detection FAQ" - Posted by Administrator   
This is a great document that answers such questions as What is intrusion detection? and How do I know if I've been attacked?
 
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