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Before we get into solutions, a few words about your company's security standards. Put simply, they're very difficult to work with, and so outdated as to be nearly irrelevant. It's obvious why they're difficult to work with, so I won't say any more about that. As for being outdated, it's clear that they do not take into account modern technologies such as ...


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Unless you want to run the command as root you need to specify the username, so su - apache -s /bin/bash sudo -u hremotessh /home/hremotessh/scripts/redirect.sh 8892 8893 is the correct syntax to test the sudo command. Since you're not prompted for the apache user's password sudo seems to be configured correctly. The resulting warning: hremotessh ...


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http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa826699(v=vs.85).aspx refer to above link. solution: To solve the problem, UAC filtering for local accounts must be disabled by creating the following DWORD registry entry and setting its value to 1: [HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System] LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy reason: "In a ...


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This very much depend on what OS/distribution you are using: Fedora 20 and RHEL7 use systemd, so all login/logout actions can be viewed using journalctl: Jul 17 11:14:08 pris.crapsteak.org login[23256]: pam_unix(login:session): session opened for user root by LOGIN(uid=0) Jul 17 11:14:08 pris.crapsteak.org login[23256]: ROOT LOGIN ON tty2 Jul 17 11:14:26 ...


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The Linux, by its nature, is built to support multi-level and remote access. In your case, securing the application is easy, since it runs on Web. There are several options that can enable you to access the server remotely. The most popular way of administering a remote server is through SSH. Since you are new to server management, you might find Webmin ...


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Yes this is easy to implement, and in fact installing Linux out of the box there won't be any way for users to logon unless you specifically create accounts and give them access. In a nutshell, here's what you do: install the Os, install the apps Create a local user account for yourself Install/activate your ssh server and configure it so that it allows ...


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Ultimately, if someone wants to break this badly enough, they can -- having access to the hardware makes this more feasible. That said, you can make it very difficult. For example: Create a basic Linux setup. That system should be locked down to allow web access only for the clients, but needs to allow access to you - for example use SSH and ...



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