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Source: LinuxWorld [LinuxToday] - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks Network scanning, password grabbing, trojaned software -- all are the bane of the righteous sysadmin. Craig Ozancin reveals how to beef up network security and ward off attackers at the LinuxWorld Expo, as reported by Rick Moen. "Nessus, the older SATAN . . . Network scanning, password grabbing, trojaned software -- all are the bane of the righteous sysadmin. Craig Ozancin reveals how to beef up network security and ward off attackers at the LinuxWorld Expo, as reported by Rick Moen. "Nessus, the older SATAN and SAINT packages, Firewalk (which probes and identifies a network's firewall ruleset), or proprietary scanners such as Internet Security Systems's Internet Scanner and Axxent Technologies' NetRecon -- as well as checking Websites on the target network for known-exploitable CGI scripts. "

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