Linux hardening involves implementing various security measures such as restricting access, removing unnecessary software, and configuring firewall settings to enhance the security posture of a Linux system.
Servers, the mystery meat powering your favorite applications. The way to control these pillars off the internet is often through SSH. We are going to harden access today, while still maintaining an easy password-less access that is safe and System Admin approved.
Have you ever had a major file corruption or lost a device? Perhaps you simply like to be thorough when backing up files. Today we bring you rsync.
For the seasoned among us, this is for you! We will explain default rule states, how using service names can save you time, good ways to manage a multitude of rules…
UFW, the Uncomplicated Firewall, is as true as a command line utility can be. Posing some of my very first challenges managing a server for the first time, I learned by spinning up a copy of Ubuntu on an old computer using a keyboard and mouse for initial setup.
The CentOS ecosystem, have we an option that will replace it? So you have a server or many more. You are using programs native to CentOS, and you’re worried about patches and updates going forward. We are here to say, worry not. The community has got you!
Lots of businesses need to share files with employees and need a way to achieve this. SAMBA is a Linux service for sharing files and much more. We will go over setting up a share for users and anonymous users.
Every large organization needs a way to resolve internal resources, this could be internal websites, webapps or even file servers…
Networks especially ones with hosts of at least 50, need some sort of auto configuration for the network. It would be tedious to have to manually configure every host on a network or new hosts as well. Here we will look into creating a DHCP Server to automate this addressing of hosts under Ubuntu Server.