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Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Security Projects Any operating system can be cracked if you donít adequately protect it. Yes, even Linux. Here are some security basics on how to protect your Linux systems. Linux is, by design, a very secure operating system, but so what? You can have the best security system in the world on your house, but if you leave your front-door open anyone can still walk in. Even people who know better, like Linux kernel developers, blow it sometimes. Thatís what happened to the Linux Foundationís constellation of sites. Multiple important Linux sites were down for weeks and as of October 3rd, kernel.org is still down. This doesnít have to happen to you. Here are a few simple suggestions from me, and some more advanced ones from Greg Kroah-Hartman, one of Linuxís lead developers.

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