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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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A basic installation of IPCop provides minimum firewall functionality such as a proxy, compatibility with various Internet connections, port forwarding, IPSec VPN, etc. To …

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DoS (Denial of Service) attacks against Web services make them unavailable for legitimate users, affecting the website owner’s potential business. These involve intentional consumption …

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Learn how to use this powerful utility that almost all experts use in their day-to-day work, to perform tasks like back-ups, and much more. …

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A dual-SIM smartphone manufactured in China runs Android 2.2.1 Froyo. Geeks always find noteworthy products based on Linux! Today, people are rarely surprised to …

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Over the past few years, centralised version control systems like SVN have steadily given way to distributed systems like Git or Mercurial — the …

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Nmap is a fantastic tool, and I just can’t refrain from praising it, every time I use it. The earlier articles in this series …

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Consider this: You’re on vacation in the Maldives, when your office calls, with an urgent request for some files and information. These happen to …

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Quite a few colleges and schools still teach C/C++/Java programming on Windows — and even worse, on DOS (using Turbo C/C++)! GNU/Linux provides a …