Armoring FreeBSD

    Date09 Feb 2001
    3357
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    This guide outlines the basics of FreeBSD security. It has information on general security, using SSH2 key authentication, keeping your source updated, using a firewall,and disabling services. "With more and more script kiddies being born, we all need to learn a . . . This guide outlines the basics of FreeBSD security. It has information on general security, using SSH2 key authentication, keeping your source updated, using a firewall,and disabling services. "With more and more script kiddies being born, we all need to learn a few basic rules of protecting ourselves. This guide will outline the basics of FreeBSD security, and works best with FreeBSD version 4.x. "
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