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Using SSH Keys

Introduction SSH supports authenticating users with keys. Although they require more setup ahead of time, they're generally more secure than typing in passwords. They're also...

Basic Setup of AppArmor on Arch Linux

Introduction Apparmor is an LSM (Linux Security Module) that allows us to restrict applications' capabilities with per-program profiles. It supplements the traditional Unix Discretionary Access...

Hardening SSH Configuration

This post is about Hardening SSH Configuration Introduction SSH has become the standard tool for remote management of UNIX-based systems. The SSH daemon (sshd) is installed...

Security Auditing with Lynis

This post is about Security Auditing with Lynis Introduction I originally intended to write about how to secure a server/workstation system. However, I changed my mind...

I2P SETUP FOR SQUID OUTPROXY

This post is about I2P SETUP FOR SQUID OUTPROXY. I2P INSTALLATION ON DEBIAN 10 The Invisible Internet Project (I2P) is a fully encrypted private network layer that has...

Ubuntu vs OpenSUSE. What to Choose?

Welcome again! Today we will have to compare Ubuntu vs OpenSUSE. Eventually, all system administrators and DevOps engineers always looking for a stable Linux...

Detecting Log4Shell with Wazuh

This time, you will learn about Detecting Log4Shell with Wazuh The Apache Log4J is one of the most common logging libraries in Java, mainly used...

How to install APF on Debian 11

Hello, friends. In this post, you will learn how to install APF on Debian 11. But first, let’s talk a brief about it. What is...

How to Block SSH Brute Force Attacks Using SSHGUARD

SSHGuard is an open-source daemon that shields hosts from brute-force attacks. It accomplishes this through monitoring and aggregation of system logs, detecting attacks, and...

How to install Suricata on Debian 11

Hello, friends. In this post, you will learn how to install Suricata on Debian 11. This tool will help us to further protect our...

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