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"Hardening" is the process of protecting a system and its applications against unknown threats. And Hardening Linux will explain the main steps that any Network or Systems Administrator needs to take, to protect his computers that run on Linux. This book discusses security of mail servers, web servers, and file servers, as well as hardening IP tables and remote access functionality. Written in a similar manner to Hardening Windows and Hardening Apache, complete with checklists and reference-style chapters, Hardeing Linux shows Apress commitment to publishing books that appeal to the security…mehr

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"Hardening" is the process of protecting a system and its applications against unknown threats. And Hardening Linux will explain the main steps that any Network or Systems Administrator needs to take, to protect his computers that run on Linux. This book discusses security of mail servers, web servers, and file servers, as well as hardening IP tables and remote access functionality. Written in a similar manner to Hardening Windows and Hardening Apache, complete with checklists and reference-style chapters, Hardeing Linux shows Apress commitment to publishing books that appeal to the security professional. TOC:Introduction Who should buy this book? Why buy this book? Security Fundamentals Risk Assessment Who is going to attack me? Types of attackers Internal versus External attacks Mitigating Risk Security Doctrine Patch now, patch often Minimalism is good Keeping informed Logging is your friend Installing Linux securely Installing Linux securely Step-by-step example Finalising your installation Keeping your installation up-to-date Operating system security Boot security Grub Boot password security Booting file systems securely Kernel security Compiling your own kernel Sysctl Flags Users and Groups Logins and Passwords Sudo Chroot Components of a chroot jail Using the jail Development Tools Preparation How to compile packages Securing the tools Firewalling Firewall basics Network architecture & design The DMZ Iptables Configuring Testing your configuration Some firewalling examples Mail server Web server MySQL server Firewall logging & analysis Securing connections SSH Stunnel Inetd/xinetd tcpwrappers PAM Kerberos Radius and FreeRadius Securing files and file systems File & directory level security Permissions Ownership ACLs File Integrity PGP and signatures MD5 sums Tripwire NFS and why not to use it Alternatives to NFS Logging Why log? What do you need to know? Syslog Syslog-ng Log Rotation Centralised logging Logging securely using SSL? Log analysis SEC, Swatch, Logwatch and Logcheck Where do I learn more about logging? Testing your security Testing internal security CIS Scan Testing external security Nmap Nessus Mail Transfer Agents What is a mail server? Why would I install a mail server? Where do I put my mail server? Choosing the right mail server for you Sendmail Postfix Other flavours Introduction to Postfix Getting Postfix Compiling & Installing Postfix Configuring Postfix Logging for Postfix Where do I learn more about Postfix? Apache Web Server What is a web server? Why would I install a web server? Where do I put my web server? Apache (2.0.x) Getting Apache Compiling & Installing Apache Configuring Apache Httpd.conf .htaccess Chrooting Apache Using Apache with SSL Logging for Apache httpd logging Syslog logging Statistics logging (Webalizer) Where do I learn more about Apache? FTP Server What is a FTP server? Why would I install a FTP server? Where do I put my FTP server? Getting ftpd Compiling & Installing ftpd Configuring ftpd Logging for ftpd Where do I learn more about ftpd? Squid Proxy Server What is a proxy server? Introduction to proxies and caching Why would I install a proxy server? Squid Getting Squid Compiling & Installing Squid Configuring Squid Chrooting squid Sizing your proxy cache ACLs Logging for Squid Where do I learn more about Squid? DNS / Bind What is Bind? Introduction to DNS Why would I install a Bind server? Where do I put my Bind server? Choosing the right Bind server for you ISC Bind djbdns Other flavours Introduction to ISC Bind Getting ISC Bind Compiling & Installing ISC Bind Configuring ISC Bind Chroot Views Administering ISC Bind Rndc Other tools Logging for ISC Bind Where do I learn more about ISC Bind? IMAP What is IMAP? Why would I need IMAP? Choosing the right IMAP server for you UW IMAP Cyrus IMAP Courier Other flavours Introduction to Courier-IMAP Getting Courier-IMAP Compiling & Installing Courier-IMAP Configuring Courier-IMAP Authdaemon Courier-IMAP with SSL Logging for Courier-IMAP Where do I learn more about Courier-IMAP? Webmail What is Webmail? Why would I need Webmail? Choosing the right Webmail product for you IMP Courier sqwebmail Squirrelmail Other flavours Introduction to Squirrelmail Getting Squirrelmail Compiling & Installing Squirrelmail PHP? Configuring Squirrelmail Authdaemon Using Squirrelmail with SIMAP Using Squirrelmail with SSL Logging for Squirrelmail Where do I learn more about Squirrelmail Samba What is Samba? Why would I need Samba? Introduction to Samba Getting Samba Compiling & Installing Samba Configuring Samba Starting and stopping Samba Initial configuration Samba File serving Samba Printing Connecting to an existing Windows network Samba as a Windows PDC Logging for Samba Where do I learn more about Samba? MySQL What is MySQL? Why would I need MySQL? Getting MySQL Compiling & Installing MySQL Configuring MySQL Starting and stopping MySQL Setting up users and passwords Securing your MySQL connections Backing up your MySQL data Logging for MySQL Where do I learn more about MySQL? Glossary Index Alternatives to NFS Logging Why log? What do you need to know? Syslog Syslog-ng Log Rotation Centralised logging Logging securely using SSL? Log analysis SEC, Swatch, Logwatch and Logcheck Where do I learn more about logging? Testing your security Testing internal security CIS Scan Testing external security Nmap Nessus Mail Transfer Agents What is a mail server? Why would I install a mail server? Where do I put my mail server? Choosing the right mail server for you Sendmail Postfix Other flavours Introduction to Postfix Getting Postfix Compiling & Installing Postfix Configuring Postfix Logging for Postfix Where do I learn more about Postfix? Apache Web Server What is a web server? Why would I install a web server? Where do I put my web server? Apache (2.0.x) Getting Apache Compiling & Installing Apache Configuring Apache Httpd.conf .htaccess Chrooting Apache Using Apache with SSL Logging for Apache httpd logging Syslog logging Statistics logging (Webalizer) Where do I learn more about Apache? FTP Server What is a FTP server? Why would I install a FTP server? Where do I put my FTP server? Getting ftpd Compiling & Installing ftpd Configuring ftpd Logging for ftpd Where do I learn more about ftpd? Squid Proxy Server What is a proxy server? Introduction to proxies and caching Why would I install a proxy server? Squid Getting Squid Compiling & Installing Squid Configuring Squid Chrooting squid Sizing your proxy cache ACLs Logging for Squid Where do I learn more about Squid? DNS / Bind What is Bind? Introduction to DNS Why would I install a Bind server? Where do I put my Bind server? Choosing the right Bind server for you ISC Bind djbdns Other flavours Introduction to ISC Bind Getting ISC Bind Compiling & Installing ISC Bind Configuring ISC Bind Chroot Views Administering ISC Bind Rndc Other tools Logging for ISC Bind Where do I learn more about ISC Bind? IMAP What is IMAP? Why would I need IMAP? Choosing the right IMAP server for you UW IMAP Cyrus IMAP Courier Other flavours Introduction to Courier-IMAP Getting Courier-IMAP Compiling & Installing Courier-IMAP Configuring Courier-IMAP Authdaemon Courier-IMAP with SSL Logging for Courier-IMAP Where do I learn more about Courier-IMAP? Webmail What is Webmail? Why would I need Webmail? Choosing the right Webmail product for you IMP Courier sqwebmail Squirrelmail Other flavours Introduction to Squirrelmail Getting Squirrelmail Compiling & Installing Squirrelmail PHP? Configuring Squirrelmail Authdaemon Using Squirrelmail with SIMAP Using Squirrelmail with SSL Logging for Squirrelmail Where do I learn more about Squirrelmail Samba What is Samba? Why would I need Samba? Introduction to Samba Getting Samba Compiling & Installing Samba Configuring Samba Starting and stopping Samba Initial configuration Samba File serving Samba Printing Connecting to an existing Windows network Samba as a Windows PDC Logging for Samba Where do I learn more about Samba? MySQL What is MySQL? Why would I need MySQL? Getting MySQL Compiling & Installing MySQL Configuring MySQL Starting and stopping MySQL Setting up users and passwords Securing your MySQL connections Backing up your MySQL data Logging for MySQL Where do I learn more about MySQL? Glossary Index

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 01.11.2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781430200055
  • Artikelnr.: 37348302
Autorenporträt
James Turnbull is the author of five technical books about open source software and a longtime member of the open source community. James authored the first and second books about Puppet, and works for Puppet Labs, running client services. James speaks regularly at conferences including OSCON, Linux.conf.au, FOSDEM, OpenSourceBridge, DevOpsDays and a number of others. He is a past president of Linux Australia, has run Linux.conf.au and serves on the program committee of Linux.conf.au and OSCON. James is Australian but currently lives in Portland, Oregon. His interests include cooking, wine, political theory, photojournalism, philosophy, and most recently the Portland Timbers association football team.
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