Securing a Unix Server

    Date05 Feb 2004
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    The aim of this project is concentrated on producing a helpful guide on how to protect and secure a networked Unix server. It can be used as a security manual by System Administrators. It covers general and more specific aspects of Unix and network security. Recommendations are also given on protecting services like DNS, Mail and Web. . . . Particular examples of the specific commands and configuration options are presented and analyzed after their integrity has been tested and verified. Great consideration was given so that they can be clearly followed. The whole implementation was based on Linux and open source software.
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