How to properly secure sysctl on Linux

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Protecting your Linux servers against SYN attacks and IP spoofing isn't nearly as hard you think. Jack Wallen shows you how

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How to properly secure sysctl on Linux

Tech Republic Security

Protecting your Linux servers against SYN attacks and IP spoofing isn't nearly as hard you think. Jack Wallen shows you how

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How to install Rust on Linux

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Find out how to install Rust on Linux in a few quick steps Rust is an incredibly important programming language for creating both system and backend software.

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How to listen to port traffic on a Linux server

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Every network administrator needs to know how to listen to port traffic on a server. Here's one way to do it on Linux

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How to create a Linux user that cannot log in

Tech Republic Security

For security reasons, you might need to create a Linux user without the ability to log in. Jack Wallen shows you how

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How to install and use Firejail on Linux

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Firejail allows you to easily sandbox Linux applications. Find out how to add this extra layer of security

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How to use Restricted Shell to limit user access to a Linux system

Tech Republic Security

Learn how to prevent Linux users from executing certain commands and confining them to their home directory by employing rbash

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How to create a bridge network on Linux with netplan

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A network bridge allows you to connect segments of your network together. Jack Wallen shows you how to create a bridge with the help of netplan

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How to install the Gradle Build Tool on Linux for automated building

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Learn how to install Gradle on a data center Linux server for project build automation and delivery

How to locate and close an open port in Linux

Tech Republic Data Center

Locating and blocking unwanted open ports in Linux should be a task every network admin knows how to do

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How to install Rust on Linux

Tech Republic Data Center

Find out how to install Rust on Linux in a few quick steps Rust is an incredibly important programming language for creating both system and backend software.

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How to install and configure WireGuard VPN on Linux

Tech Republic Security

WireGuard has yet to arrive in the Linux kernel, but you can still start testing how this new feature will work

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How to listen to port traffic on a Linux server

Tech Republic Data Center

Every network administrator needs to know how to listen to port traffic on a server. Here's one way to do it on Linux

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How to install and use the open source OTPClient 2FA tool on Linux

Tech Republic Security

If your desktop of choice is Linux, you don't have to be without a 2FA tool, thanks to OTPClient

How to enable SSL on Ubuntu Linux for testing

Tech Republic Security

Sometimes admins need to be able to test a web-based solution before deciding it's worth using. When that software requires SSL, you can enable a snake-oil SSL key for testing purposes

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How to easily collect data from you Linux data center server

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Find out how to gather all the configuration and diagnostic information you need about a Linux server with a single command

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How to create a Telegram account

TechnoBezz

This app is free and is popular because it is fast, simple, secure, and available on several major platforms like Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, Linux, Chrome, etc. In addition to messaging, it allows the sharing of photos, videos, and other files up to 1.5 How To Telegram

How to install and configure WireGuard VPN on Linux

Tech Republic Security

WireGuard has yet to arrive in the Linux kernel, but you can still start testing how this new feature will work

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How to enable SSL on Ubuntu Linux for testing

Tech Republic Security

Sometimes admins need to be able to test a web-based solution before deciding it's worth using. When that software requires SSL, you can enable a snake oil SSL key for testing purposes

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How to check for weak passwords on your Linux systems with John the Ripper

Tech Republic Security

Are you certain your users are working with strong passwords on your Linux servers? Let John the Ripper show you who is and who isn't

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How to install the Gradle Build Tool on Linux for automated building

Tech Republic Data Center

Learn how to install Gradle on a data center Linux server for project build automation and delivery

How to quickly deploy a honeypot with Kali Linux

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Lure possible attackers into a trap with a Kali Linux honeypot

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How to configure the time zone on Linux

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Having a correct time zone configured on your Linux data center servers could mean the difference between software running properly or not

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How to locate and close an open port in Linux

Tech Republic Data Center

Locating and blocking unwanted open ports in Linux should be a task every network admin knows how to do

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How to install and use Firejail on Linux

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Firejail allows you to easily sandbox Linux applications. Find out how to add this extra layer of security

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How to encrypt compressed files the easy way from Windows, macOS, or Linux

Tech Republic Security

Learn to secure multiple documents by encrypting compressed files on various OSes using a password

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How to create a Linux user that cannot log in

Tech Republic Security

For security reasons, you might need to create a Linux user without the ability to log in. Jack Wallen shows you how

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How to password protect a zip file in Linux

Tech Republic Security

If you need to password protect a zip file, look no farther than the zip command itself

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How to check for weak passwords on your Linux systems with John the Ripper

Tech Republic Security

Are you certain your users are working with strong passwords on your Linux servers? Let John the Ripper show you who is and who isn't

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Learn Linux by Doing with New Linux Hands-On Training!

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Linux is all over the place and even powers most of the cloud! 50% of the virtual machines on Azure and over 80% of the virtual machines on AWS run on Linux. Every single major space program in the world, including SpaceX and NASA, are all built on Linux. New Linux Courses.

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How to password protect a zip file in Linux

Tech Republic Security

If you need to password protect a zip file, look no farther than the zip command itself

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How to use 7zip to encrypt files

Tech Republic Security

If you need strong command line encryption on Linux, look no further than 7zip

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How to use a ramdisk on Linux

Tech Republic Data Center

If you need to boost the speed of data writes to storage on your Linux data center servers, a ramdisk might be what you need. Here's how to create one, mount it, and back it up

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How to use Restricted Shell to limit user access to a Linux system

Tech Republic Security

Learn how to prevent Linux users from executing certain commands and confining them to their home directory by employing rbash

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How to install and use the NordPass password manager on Linux

Tech Republic Security

Find out how to install and use it The makers of NordVPN have come out with a new version of their NordPass password manager.

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How to configure the time zone on Linux

Tech Republic Data Center

Having a correct time zone configured on your Linux data center servers could mean the difference between software running properly or not

How to install Google Cloud SDK on Linux for easy remote access to your Google Cloud Platform

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Interacting with your Google Cloud Platform can be done from the Linux terminal window

Linux Academy Weekly Update 3-11-2019

Linux Academy

Not only for upgrades and updates to our current platform, but also for course releases and items that we are testing. Right now, Linux Academy is working hard to create two new sandboxes for you to play in. Kali Linux and Windows Server ! Introduction To Python.

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Free Courses at Linux Academy – November 2019

Linux Academy

To continually support your mission to learn and grow, we are always adding new, free courses and resources for developing Linux and Cloud skills. Members of the Linux Academy community come together and share their insights and questions. How to Get a Linux Job.

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How to encrypt a single partition in Linux

Tech Republic Data Center

Jack Wallen walks you through the steps of encrypting a single partition on a Linux machine

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How to quickly deploy, run Linux applications as unikernels

Network World

A unikernel is a very specialized single-address-space machine image that is similar to the kind of cloud applications that have come to dominate so much of the internet, but they are considerably smaller and are single-purpose. And they will often run 10 to 20 times faster than a container. To read this article in full, please click hereBuilding and deploying lightweight apps is becoming an easier and more reliable process with the emergence of unikernels.

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How to install and use the open source OTPClient 2FA tool on Linux

Tech Republic Security

If your desktop of choice is Linux, you don't have to be without a 2FA tool, thanks to OTPClient

Tracking down library injections on Linux

Network World

While not nearly commonly seen on Linux systems, library (shared object files on Linux) injections are still a serious threat. On interviewing Jaime Blasco from AT&T's Alien Labs, I've become more aware of how easily some of these attacks are conducted.

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