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Securing Linux systems and applications; understanding Linux security features.

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It certainly looks likely it's not installed. Try checking with your package manager as to what's installed as a final check. But I would say it looks like it is not installed. You could also do a s …
answered May 26 '17 by ISMSDEV
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1) The file itself is commonly read access to all in one form or another across distros. So I would always assume information in that file is public. 2) The better option is to store data in LDAP etc …
answered May 30 '17 by ISMSDEV
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I wouldn't waste time blocking MAC addresses. It's easy for an attacker to change (spoof) their MAC Address at anytime. MAC address filtering should not be used as a security option, it's really just …
answered May 25 '17 by ISMSDEV
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I don't think yahoo has been comprised. Not that I would expect them to tell us if they discover they were! I agree with the https everywhere scenario. Plus it could be that the IP is marked by thes …
answered May 27 '17 by ISMSDEV
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There are different variants circulating but some can. Once infected it damages/modifies the master boot record prior to windows even being loaded, then yes it can. Once it does, then it attempts to e …
answered Jun 30 '17 by ISMSDEV