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Latest News The Linuxsecurity team has been busy lately enhancing the planet's premier Open Source security site. The most conspicuous improvement is our new "ShoutBox" that lets visitors exchange their views on security and other matters in real time, so give us a "shout" and let us hear what you think.

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Our greatest effort has gone into the Resource pages. Now with nearly 500 articles, this section is your portal to the latest HOWTOs and documentation for everything Linux Security. More and more articles for hardening your Linux box are appearing, like Securing and Hardening Linux Production Systems. A firewall is a classic way to keep intruders from sneeking into your system and with so many options to choose from, reading a firewall primer is a good way to get started. If you need further assurance that your data will be protected, refer to this HOWTO on Data Encryption. Be sure to check out the latest tips, how-to's, and other explanations of the latest Open Source security technologies.

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