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  • How to be a 'security warrior,' part 1

    In computer warfare, security admins must go into battle riding on a strong vehicle and armed with effective tools, according to security expert Anton Chuvakin. Fortunately, the security warrior who's protecting Linux has both.

    Chuvakin's securit... 

  • Commentary: Addition of IPsec locks down 2.6 kernel

    SearchEnterpriseLinux.com expert adviser Kenneth Milberg comments on the security upgrades in the 2.6 Linux kernel, in particular the addition of IPsec. 

  • Red Hat repairs buffer overflows in Ethereal

    Two buffer overflow vulnerabilities have been repaired in open-source network monitoring software Ethereal. 

  • Linux security learning guide

    Here's a collection of resources to get you up to speed on Linux security. 

  • Dos & Don'ts: Securing e-mail systems

    Want to keep your e-mail systems safe from hacker attacks and spam? Here are a few tips from Stalker Software president and CEO Vladimir Butenko. 

  • Is Linux security right for you? Expert offers guidance

    Securing an enterprise Linux environment can be a tough assignment for Unix or Windows veterans, says author and software engineer Scott Mann. Linux security requires more up-front and ongoing self-education and do-it-yourself work than other platfor... 

  • Linux security: The seven deadly sins

    An author speaking at this week's Enterprise Linux Forum outlines the seven deadly sins of Linux security.