Happy Monday fellow Linux geeks and Open Source enthusiasts! In this week's newsletter we tell the story behind the Linux Security Quick Reference Guide, a helpful resource that provides an interesting glimpse into the evolution of Linux security over the past two decades, and provide you with the ability to download a PDF version of the guide.

We also compare some of the most popular VPN protocols to help you decide which one to use for your use case. 

Finally, we explore what OSINT is & some open-source OSINT reconnaissance techniques & tools you can use to get started.

Hope you enjoy!

Yours in Open Source,

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Open Source OSINT Tools and Techniques

10.FingerPrint LocksEver wondered what it would be like to be a superhero? Being an OSINT user could be the next best thing! Learn more about what OSINT is & some open-source OSINT reconnaissance techniques & tools you can use to get started.

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The Story Behind the Linux Security Quick Reference Guide

1.Penguin LandscapeA memoir written by Dave Wreski, Guardian Digital CEO, Founder of LinuxSecurity.com and author of the Linux Security Quick Reference Guide and Linux Security HOWTO. Please download and share this resource with your Linux-using friends, family or colleagues who may find it helpful, or who may appreciate the interesting glimpse it provides into the evolution of Linux security over the past two decades!

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Open-Source VPN Protocols Compared: Why WireGuard is on the Rise!

13.Lock StylizedMotherboardThere are many reasons why one might choose a VPN whether it be for privacy or unlocking geo-restricted content however, no one really takes into account the VPN protocols that these VPN providers use. In this article, we will compare some of the most popular VPN protocols to help you decide which one to use for your use case. 

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