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Implementing Access Control Lists using Linux  26 April 2000 
Source: Page Maintained by Andreas GrĂ¼nbacher - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Here's information on implementing ACLs using Linux. Access Control Lists (ACLs) support more fine-grained permissions. Arbitrary users and groups can be granted or denied access in addition to the three traditional classes of users. ... The main advantage of . . .
 
Report from RSA Security Europe Conference  25 April 2000 
Source: ApacheWeek - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
"Apache Week visited the RSA Security conference in Munich last week to see the latest trends in cryptography and how they affect Apache users. ... Over the last year there have been a number of changes that affect users wishing . . .
 
Backing up Linux  21 April 2000 
Source: FCW.com - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
As Linux continues to gain momentum in the application server arena, so does the need for robust utilities such as backup programs. . . .
 
Webserver Security (Part I)  20 April 2000 
Source: Devshed.com - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Introduction If you examine the security problems reported with stolen credit card numbers or web server defacements in the last few months, it becomes obvious that many web applications have been slapped together with little care or planning for security. . . .
 
Content Security: Keeping Sites Safe  13 April 2000 
Source: PlanetIT - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Here's an article that talks about keeping your site safe. It is a discussion of some commercial security products, some of which run on Linux. "Still, there's a more insidious threat that such technologies don't guard against: actions . . .
 
Develop Your Website Wisely  13 April 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
"Establishing a Web presence can be crucial to a company's success, but the wrong moves can tarnish your image." This article "... gives tips on how to safely develop and deploy websites and how a comprehensive information technology policy . . .
 
Lawmakers Propose Cybersecurity Info-sharing Bill  12 April 2000 
Source: Newsbytes.com - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A pair of House lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation that would exempt private companies from liability for sharing information with the federal government and each other on ways to beef up computer security. . . .
 
BIND Version 9 beta 2 released  27 March 2000 
Source: ISC - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
This new version of bind (not for production use yet) includes support for IPv6, many security improvements, protocol and operational improvements and especially support for DNSSEC. The quicklist of security improvements include: Support for DNSSEC, Support for TSIG, Auditability . . .
 
Sendmail Simplifies E-Mail Security  22 March 2000 
Source: InformationWeek - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The provider of the Sendmail Internet Mail platform, which drives most of the Internet's mail servers, last week debuted the Sendmail Secure Switch, routing software that provides server-level encryption for E-mail transmissions. The software automatically encrypts the Simple Mail Transfer . . .
 
Another Distributed DOS Tool  17 March 2000 
Source: Sven Dietrich & Neil Long & David Dittrich - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Updated. This is an analysis of the "Shaft" distributed denial of service (DDoS) tool. Denial of service is a technique to deny access to a resource by overloading it, such as packet flooding in the network context. Denial of service . . .
 
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