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Accessing network resources in a mixed environment  13 July 2006 
Source: "Accessing network resources in a mixed environment" - Posted by Administrator   
The first thing that comes to most sysadmins' minds when they hear about file and print services in mixed Windows and Linux environments is probably Samba, but you can also make a rock-solid system for sharing resources via NFS on the *nix platform a
 
SSL Certificates HOWTO  20 June 2006 
Source: "SSL Certificates HOWTO" - Posted by Administrator   
How to manage a certificate authority (CA), and issue or sign certificates to be used for secure web, secure e-mail, or signing code and other usages.
 
User Authentication HOWTO  20 June 2006 
Source: "User Authentication HOWTO" - Posted by Administrator   
Explains how user and group information is stored and how users are authenticated on a Linux system (PAM), and how to secure you system's user authentication.
 
SSL RedHat HOWTO  20 June 2006 
Source: "SSL RedHat HOWTO" - Posted by Administrator   
Explains how PKI and SSL work together. It is essential to understand how the SSL protocol works to successfully deploy a secure server.
 
Secure CVS Pserver  20 June 2006 
Source: "Secure CVS Pserver" - Posted by Administrator   
Will help you set up a more secure CVS Pserver for anonymous CVS access.
 
How Did That Happen? Linux Security Exploits  20 June 2006 
Source: "How Did That Happen? Linux Security Exploits" - Posted by Administrator   
The purpose of this book is to provide ways to make it difficult to break in initially as well as to detect the evidence of the attack quickly. But you must not use this book, or any other books, as your only resource of information for this purpose.
 
Using Linux Scripts to Monitor Security  20 June 2006 
Source: "Using Linux Scripts to Monitor Security" - Posted by Administrator   
This paper will show how to use basic Linux scripting to create a reusable network security monitor that is easy to use and easy to maintain.
 
Secure Network Configuration Management for Linux based Routers  20 June 2006 
Source: "Secure Network Configuration Management for Linux based Routers" - Posted by Administrator   
This paper presents a detailed implementation and operation plan for remote configuration management of a research network infrastructure.
 
The Linux System Administrator's Guide  20 June 2006 
Source: "The Linux System Administrator's Guide" - Posted by Administrator   
This document is an introduction to system administration of a Linux system for novices.
 
Layer 2 VPN Architectures: Understanding Any Transport over MPLS  19 June 2006 
Source: "Layer 2 VPN Architectures: Understanding Any Transport over MPLS" - Posted by Administrator   
This article provides an overview of LDP, including LDP components and operations that are related to pseudowire emulation over MPLS along with an explanation of the control signaling and data switching details of AToM.
 
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