Re: Introductory security texts - ssh, tcpd, tripwire?
On Sat, 2 May 1998, David Welton wrote:
> Hi, I'm looking for a basic document describing how to take some basic
> (but important) steps towards securing your computer. Something that
> describes to the new user how to use things like tcpd, ssh, tripwire,
> and other things to keep their system secure. Something that is not
> comprehensive, but that would take the person through some of the more
> important things that can make the system reasonably secure, at least
> from attackers who are not determined.
Kevin Scrye wrote the Linux Security HOWTO. You can find it on
David S. Jackson http://www.dsj.net
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