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SANS/FBI Top 20
Security Philosophy
Securing Linux Servers
General Practices
Develop a patch and upgrade strategy
Understand which programs have Set-UID and Set-GID
Develop a password strategy
If you are not using a service, turn it off
Log intelligently
Use tools where possible
Application security is critical
Kernel level security
Know Your Enemy
Linux Firewalls
What is a packet filter?
Identification and Testing
Linux FTP Servers
Non-Anonymous FTP
Anonymous FTP
General Linux FTP Server suggestions
Linux Mail Servers
Sendmail
Postfix
Qmail
Linux Mail Virus and Spam Filters
Linux Web and Application Servers
Apache Security Configuration Tips
Web server diagnosis
Web Services
Web proxies
Conclusion
Acknowledgements
Appendix - Resources
Resources - Mailing Lists
Resources - Web Sites
Resources - Books
Resources - Tools
Application Security
Intrusion Detection Systems
Security Testing Tools
Password Tools
Network Scanners
Port Scan Detectors
Encryption
Log and Traffic Monitors
Sniffers
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