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Jul
8
comment Reasons to disable / enable SELinux
Not always but often we trade ease of use for security and vice versa. It is a balancing act and the answer is not trivial mostly due to defining risks and security goals is a very difficult task.
Jul
4
answered Unable to find the right fileformat for Screen's logs in Vim
Jul
3
answered Network manager keeps creating DHCP connection
Jun
30
awarded  Student
Jun
30
asked How to get windows xp to authenticate against kerberos or heimdal
Jun
29
answered How to bring .vimrc around when I SSH?
Jun
27
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
24
awarded  Supporter
Jun
23
comment How do you secure the “gallery” photo gallery?
very very quick and dirty one liner to get current state of ip4 sockets. This is just for the idea, customize to get the information you want. for pid in lsof -i 4 | awk '{print $2}' | sort -u | head -n -1 ; do ps --pid $pid -Z ; done
Jun
23
awarded  Editor
Jun
22
comment Is there an easy command line tool for packet sniffing a single command on linux?
Maybe it is time for this simple tool? I wonder if it would be that difficult, probably vmnet mod could be a good starting point (though I don't know if there would be licensing issues). Perhaps (a hack) just use vmnet mod. I know I am interested in questions like this often.
Jun
22
answered Is there an easy command line tool for packet sniffing a single command on linux?
Jun
20
awarded  Teacher
Jun
20
answered rsyslog-mysql on CentOS 5.3 does not have permission to access the mysql.sock
Jun
20
answered What steps do you take to secure a Debian server?
Jun
20
answered How do you secure the “gallery” photo gallery?
Jun
20
answered Linux hardening - web servers
Jun
20
answered What kind of mail server do you use?
Jun
20
asked heimdal kerberos heterogeneous network
Jun
20
asked setting up freebsd kerberos key server windows client log in musts