Hardening Linux networks with open source tools, part two

Friday, 22 October 2004, 9:52 AM EST

Network architect Todd Sanders uses well-known open source tools, like Snort and Nessus, to build secure networks. But Sanders, who works for Centrepetal Solution Strategies LLP, a systems integration and systems security firm in Bowie, Md., is willing to take roads less traveled. In part one of this two-part interview, he explained how Linux, Snort, and Nessus help Centrepetal build secure networks for businesses. In this interview, he offers a granular look at his work with POP Mail, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and F-Prot.

By Jan Stafford at SearchSecurity.com

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