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Old 05-18-2001, 06:59 PM   #1
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Deviation v.1 is another attempt to educate those using Linux or BSD based systems on the subject of security. It is a work in progress document which will be kept updated on a quarterly basis to provide insights into cost effective methods, and alternatives to securing your workstation/server. Detailed with both underground and professional level based information, we hope to bring an in-your-face template for security, while giving you a thorough understading and reasoning for our basis' while keeping the document in tune with the average user to high end geek of Linux, and BSD based operating systems. Read on note: we are not a commercial site nor do we select any one specific vendor. We post information we find suitable to our audience, so we hope you find the documentation informative, and also note that we will be continuing on with the documentation.

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