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Scanning for Rootkits

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This documentation discusses a way to scan your system for Rootkits. The information provided is not meant to replace common security practices, but might prove useful when used in conjunction with these practices.

Linux Kernel Hardening

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This article will cover the issues of Linux hardening, with a specific focus on kernel hardening and its use on production systems. Several kernel-hardening approaches and their usability will be analyzed.

Using The Coroner's Toolkit

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This documentation discusses the use of two TCT tools, unrm and lazarus, on the Sun Solaris operating system, version 2.x. You can use this approach with other UNIX operating systems and hosts.

Uncovering the secrets of SE Linux

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This documentation will discuss the U.S. National Security Agency's security-enhanced version of Linux. This documentation takes a first look at this unexpected development -- what it means and what's to come -- and delves into the architecture of SE