The ‘Linux security’ Archives
Posted July 8, 2008 by

Defend Your Web Server Against Distributed Denial of Services (DDos) Attacks

In computer security, it quickly becomes apparent that preventing computer attacks is much more challenging than attacking computers. A good example of an easy technique to prevent a website from functioning is a distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attack in which a number of compromised computers around the internet make web (or other protocol) […]

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Posted February 27, 2004 by

Apache-Website Security

Simple clear Security for Websites running on Apache. This can be on any flavor of Unix

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Posted October 18, 2003 by

Make Linux ignore a ping

Sometimes it can be useful to hide a Linux machine a bit. These commands will force your linux box to ignore a ping request.

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Posted October 18, 2003 by

Hide your BIND version

Any user can discover the version of bind you are running with the following command: nslookup -q=txt -class=CHAOS version.bin.remote.dns.server. by altering you named.conf file, you can hind this information.

Category Linux security