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mysql security  24 August 2000 
Source: Ryan W. Maple - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Several steps can be taken to secure the default mysql installation.
 
Using PortSentry  22 August 2000 
Source: Chris Parker - Posted by Chris Parker   
The first step to an attack is to see what services a server is running, which is done with a port scan of the server.
 
Secure Programming  16 August 2000 
Source: Chris Parker - Posted by Chris Parker   
The best way to be protected from buffer overflows is to not have them in the code that is run
 
OpenSSH  14 August 2000 
Source: Chris Parker - Posted by Chris Parker   
Telnet is a popular way to access a remote system, unfortunately, it is incredibly insecure.
 
Using ipchains  14 August 2000 
Source: Chris Parker - Posted by Chris Parker   
The first step to securing any network is a strong, defensive firewall.
 
Kerberos  07 August 2000 
Source: Dave Wreski - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Kerberos is an authentication system developed by the Athena Project at MIT
 
Network and Host Mapping  07 August 2000 
Source: Ryan W. Maple - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
In order to keep yourself secure you must understand your enemy.
 
Using sudo  07 August 2000 
Source: Dave Wreski - Posted by Dave Wreski   
sudo is a mechanism of providing root prileges to an ordinary user
 
Scanning Tools  07 August 2000 
Source: Dave Wreski - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Protect yourself by knowing what services you are offering.
 
Filesystem Encryption  02 August 2000 
Source: Dave Wreski - Posted by Dave Wreski   
An integral part of host and network security is data encryption.
 
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