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Bastille Linux 1.0.4.pre7 is up!  30 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security This is in beta -- so please do not run it on a development system. We expect it to be confirmed out of beta later this week! ... What is Basille Linux? Bastille Linux draws from every available major reputable . . .
Linux is a security risk, I don't think so!  30 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security "Recently, on a major computer industry website an interesting article was posted, regarding Linux security. The article starts off by stating that there is "growing concern that the Linux operating system suffers from major security problems that could prevent its . . .
The Skinny on Backups and Data Recovery, Part 4  28 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security This fourth part on backup methods and tools for Linux discusses "Backup Tools and Cool, Graphical Backup Tools." It discusses KDE-based tools, BRU, Arkeia, and pointers to more information. . . .
The Short Life and Hard Times of a Linux Virus  27 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security Why aren't the existing Linux viruses anything more than a topic for columns such as this one? Why don't they affect you in your daily computing in the way that MS viruses affect Windows users? There are several reasons . . .
Hacking credit cards is preposterously easy  25 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security "Recent headlines exposing vast credit card heists from retail Web sites have prompted a media frenzy around issues of Internet security. Most recently, MSNBC broke the story of one semi-malicious hacker who gathered the details of nearly a half-million credit . . .
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