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Source: Dave Wreski - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Documentation Update: New formats available. This Quick Reference Card is intended to provide a starting point for improving the security of your system. Contained within include references to security resources around the net, tips on securing your Linux box, and general security information. It is intended to be printed on 8x11" US paper in Landscape.. . . Update: New formats available. This Quick Reference Card is intended to provide a starting point for improving the security of your system. Contained within include references to security resources around the net, tips on securing your Linux box, and general security information. It is intended to be printed on 8x11" US paper in Landscape.

You can find the latest version at:

Both Pages of Quick Reference Card (Letter)
Reference Card in PostScript

Both Pages of Quick Reference Card (A4)
Reference Card in PostScript

If you need it printed in another format, let me know. Just haven't had the time to do it yet. I'm very interested in receiving your feedback on this document. Are there other topics I should cover in the next version?

This document will be permanently available in our new Documentation Resources section.

Meet me at Linux Expo for a printed copy!

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software engineerWritten by sunyana on 2007-10-30 02:58:44
Quick Reference Card.pdf is required to learn more about the linux security

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