My Guide To Linux Security

Thursday, 25 July 2002, 9:56 PM EST

This article explains the steps I take to secure my home computer and data communications. If you are an active proponent of computer security, this article will be a review. If you do not have any security practices currently, you should read on to get a general idea of how to secure a Linux box. This obviously isn't a complete security reference - I take security seriously, but I'm not as vigilant as I could be with my computer. You will have to see for yourself whether or not the items in this article provide enough security for your needs.

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