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Debian GNU/Linux Network Administrator's Manual (Obsolete Documentation)
Chapter 14 - Security


author: Ivan E. Moore II rkrusty@debian.org

Welcome. The purpose of this section is to help you setup Security on your Debian system.


14.1 Before you begin


14.2 Security from a Network standpoint


14.2.1 Securing your Web Server


14.2.2 Securing your Mail Server


14.2.3 Securing FTP


14.2.4 Securing DNS


14.2.5 Securing Telnet


14.2.6 Protecting from Denial of Service attacks


14.2.7 Securing everything else


14.2.8 Monitoring Tools


14.3 Security from a User standpoint


14.3.1 File permissions


14.3.2 Installed applications


14.3.3 Other items


14.3.4 Monitoring tools


14.4 Security Tools


14.5 Things you can do


14.6 Finding Help


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Debian GNU/Linux Network Administrator's Manual (Obsolete Documentation)

This manual is OBSOLETE and DEPRECATED since 2000, Instead see http://www.debian.org/doc/user-manuals#quick-reference

Ardo van Rangelrooij ardo.van.rangelrooij@tip.nl
Oliver Elphick olly@lfix.co.uk
Ivan E. Moore II rkrusty@debian.org
Duncan C. Thomson duncan@sciuro.demon.co.uk