Category: Linux

“SysAdmin’s Essential Guide to Linux Workstation Security” free eBook from The Linux Foundation

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Photo courtesy of Gerd Altmann  – CC0 License. Vincent Banial modified the look & feel.

The Linux Foundation is offering a free download eBook titled: “SysAdmin’s Essential Guide to Linux Workstation Security“.

The suggestions offered in their eBook, are based on 3 level levels of security which one would want. These are:

(ESSENTIAL) items, if “not implemented” could introduce high risks to your workstation security.

(NICE) to have items will increase the overall security, but may require learning new habits or unlearning old ones.

(PARANOID) items could significantly improve your workstation security but may require time to learn new ways of doing things.

Click on this link to visit The Linux Foundation website and download your own copy of their eBook titled:SysAdmin’s Essential Guide to Linux Workstation Security.

Click on this link to view other Cyber Security posts on Uniquely Toronto.

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Latest version of Windows 10 may have a Linux subsystem secretly installed inside.

Image of Linux Penguin called Tux By Larry Ewing, Simon Budig, Anja Gerwinski

Linux Penguin called Tux By Larry Ewing, Simon Budig, Anja Gerwinski

“Renowned Windows Hacker and computer expert, who goes by the name ‘WalkingCat’, discovered that the latest version of Windows 10 may have a Linux subsystem secretly installed inside.”

 

 

Posted by: Vincent Banial
www.uniquelytoronto.com

Disclaimer: Any Trademarks mentioned in this post are owned by the respective Trademark owner. There could be unintentional errors or omissions in this post. Always refer to the official sites to confirm details and any ongoing changes or updates. Many moons ago I had worked with someone named “Wang Wei”, not sure if it was the same person as the author of The Hackers News post