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How to Secure Ubuntu With AppArmor

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AppArmor is one way to protect your assets on your Ubuntu Gutsy system. AppArmor attempts to protect processes on the server or desktop from security threats. AppArmor enforces limits on what processes can access on the system. It attempts to restrict processes to those resources that the process requires to function only. If you wanted to give AppArmor a try, and SELinux isn't your flavor, get your start here.

Giving RSYNC a run for its money: Duplicity???

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According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, duplicity is defined as "contradictory doubleness of thought, speech, or action." To the more Linux-initiated, however, it is an exceedingly useful tool. Make no mistakes about it, Duplicity is a very capable way of encrypting data and throwing its weight around against the standard Rsync. Read here to learn more about why duplicity is an alternative worth looking into.

Breaking Firewalls with OpenSSH and PuTTY

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If the system administrator deliberately filters out all traffic except port 22 (ssh), to a single server, it is very likely that you can still gain access other computers behind the firewall. This article shows how remote Linux and Windows users can

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