How to ensure that VirtualBox guests can't break out of the vm to get access to the host machine? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: How secure are virtual machines really? False sense of security? E.g. on Ubuntu/Fedora - if I have VirtualBox installed and I'm running guests in it, then how can I make it ...
Our application group is looking to deploy a product which requires that we disable forceguest in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa. We are running on a Novell network (I know, I ...
Apparently a computer system protected by a a login password, e.g. Windows XP, can be easily hacked by someone with physical access to it using methods like this one: http://www.raymond.cc/blog/...
I have seen some people recommend Belarc Advisor for Windows hardening, especially for servers. It's supposed to check for stuff such as installed hotfixes and CIS benchmarks (<-- which are great, ...
[cross posted from superuser - I believe the question is also relevant here] I'm trying to harden a windows 7 machine, including replacing the default login shell from explorer.exe to a custom ...
long story short: I'm an engineer doing development, not administration. I have no direct access to the production server, so I can only tell the administration team the best configurations for ...
Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 come with a security tool called Applocker. This allows admins to restrict applications to a specific white list which can be as granular as the individual application ...
I've setup a Windows 2008 R2 server with an Active Directory Domain Services role. I would like to apply the Specialized Security – Limited Functionality (SSLF) security baseline to it, but am unsure ...
Can anyone point me at some good resources on Windows hardening? From 2003 upwards.
Following the hardening theme.... What are some best practices, recommendations, required reading for securing MySQL.
We have already had questions on here about Hardening Apache, Hardening PHP and Securing SSH. To continue this trend I am interested in what steps people take to harden Linux servers. As in what ...
In order to secure a PHP installation, what are the best settings for a php.ini file? What is absolutely vital in terms of security? What is recommended for most use cases?
I'm assuming it means different layers of security from app-level security to server hardening to personnel training, but what are each of those layers and what are some good resources for each level ...
How do you go about protecting a default WordPress installation? What checklist do you use, best practices, tips and tricks, etc? Any recommendations on plugins, third-party tools are welcome.
What are some best practices, recommendations, required reading for securing an Apache Server?
What methods are available for securing SSH?