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How-to: Harden a Linux Web Server (Overview) [ANNOUNCEMENT]

Posted 12-10-2010 at 09:02 AM by angelo.fonzeca
Updated 12-13-2010 at 07:32 AM by angelo.fonzeca


Last weeks on "System administrators" group on Linkedin, the members talked about how to harden a GNU/Linux web server for an hacking contest.
Because I think it was born an intersting "to do" list about the argument during a post of mine, I have taken the decision to report in this article the ideas and my vision of the problem.

The following words are what I wrote...

Hardening Linux step-by-step

If you need to protect a server with in mind an high level of security, I suggest you to think to three level of hardening.

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