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Cryptoloop HOWTO

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This document explains how to create encrypted file systems using the Cryptoloop functionality. Cryptoloop is part of the CryptoAPI in the 2.6 Linux kernel series.

Kerberos Infrastructure HOWTO

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This document describes the design and configuration of a Kerberos infrastructure for handling authentication with GNU/Linux. It details steps for a best practices method of setting up servers, Kerberos software, conversion of legacy systems, and ans

LDAP Linux HOWTO

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Information about installing, configuring, running and maintaining a LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) Server on a Linux machine is presented on this document. The document also presents details about how to create LDAP databases, how to a

Why Is No One Hacking Linux Anymore?

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When this paper was first released, some readers confused this paper as a comparison between Windows and Linux. That is not the case. The purpose of this paper is to make you ask the question Why is no one hacking Linux anymore?

Securing Linux Production Systems

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This article is a practical step-by-step guide for securing Linux production systems. It shows how to meet basic security requirements for Linux systems that need to pass security audits. This guide also discusses some Linux security steps that canno

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