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Linux Security Week: January 10, 2022

Happy Monday fellow Linux geeks and Open Source enthusiasts! In this week's newsletter we explore the importance of robust kernel security and how admins can secure the Linux kernel to protect their systems from malware and other exploits, speak with Predator-OS Founder and lead developer Hossein Seilany to get insight into the unique features and benefits that newly released Predator-OS 20.04 LTS offers hackers, pentesters and privacy-conscious Linux users, and offer advice on how you can improve PHP security to protect your web server and web applications from attacks and compromise. PHP security is inextricably tied to web server security- are you running PHP securely?

Have a question about or a comment on one of this week's articles?  Let's discuss! Read on to get the details on these critical topics.

Yours in Open Source,

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How To Secure the Linux Kernel 

Learn about the importance of robust kernel security and various measures that admins can take to secure the Linux kernel and protect their systems from malware and other exploits.
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Protect Your Privacy & Improve Your Pentesting in 2022 with Predator-OS 

LinuxSecurity researchers speak with Predator-OS Founder and lead developer Hossein Seilany to get insight into the unique features and benefits that newly released Predator-OS 20.04 LTS offers hackers, pentesters and privacy-conscious Linux users.

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A Linux Admin's Getting Started Guide to Improving PHP Security 

Learn how you can configure and run PHP securely to mitigate the risk of attacks and compromise, secure web applications, protect user privacy and maintain a secure and properly functioning Linux web server.
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