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This article describes the various functionalities of a network-based firewall, besides taking readers through the installation and configuration of IPCop 2.0.6, especially from the …

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It’s as simple as this: have SSH listen on the standard port 22, and when you check your server logs, you see all sorts …

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The first article in the series discussed IPCop 1.4.21, its basic installation and configuration. Though an excellent firewall distro, basic IPCop has limited functionality. …

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This article outlines the value of penetration-testing VPN gateways for known vulnerabilities and also shows you how to prevent a breach into the internal …

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In earlier articles in this series, we have explored denial of service attacks and packet spoofing. This month, let us focus on a wider …

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While it was assumed in the past that viruses only targeted Windows, hackers targeting the FOSS world proved this wrong. A rootkit on a …

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Yes, we’ve have done it again — brought the world to the brink of another disaster, because we’ve failed to foresee the exponential growth …

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This final article in the series consolidates information from the previous articles, looks at NMap’s future possibilities, and at the new tools from the …

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A proxy server works as an intermediary for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. There are various types of proxy servers. In …

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After four articles on Nmap [1, 2, 3 & 4], which explained a number of command-line options for scan technique specification, target specification, port …