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LinuxSecurity Quick Reference Card Now Part of LDP Print E-mail
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Source: LDP - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Documentation Our popular Quick Reference Card is now part of the LDP. This Quick Reference Guide is formatted as a two-page, 8.5x11" card and 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.. . . Our popular Quick Reference Card is now part of the LDP. This Quick Reference Guide is formatted as a two-page, 8.5x11" card and 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.

 Linux Security Quick Reference Guide        version:     1.0       author(s):   Dave Wreski,                     Benjamin Thomas,        last update: September, 2000       available formats:                     1.PDF (150k)                     2.PostScript (260k)      This Quick Reference Guide is formatted as a two-page, 8.5x11"     card and 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.          * NEW entry  http://www.linuxdoc.org/guides.html#secquickref
It can also be found in our new documentation section.

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