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FreeBSD and OpenBSD are increasingly gaining traction in educational institutions, non-profits, and corporations worldwide because they provide significant security advantages over Linux. Although a lot can be said for the robustness, clean organization, and stability of the BSD operating systems, security is one of the main reasons system administrators use these two platforms. There are plenty of books to help you get a FreeBSD or OpenBSD system off the ground, and all of them touch on security to some extent, usually dedicating a chapter to the subject.
Secure Installation and Hardening , Chapter 5. Building Secure Mail Servers , Chapter 7. Building a Secure Web Server , Chapter Managing the Audit Trails , Chapter Incident Response and Forensics. Cisco press cisco IP telephony planning design implementation operation and optimization mar ISBN 1, 85 0. Springer practical optimization algorithms and engineering applications mar ISBN pdf 43 0.
Cisco press penetration testing and network defense nov ISBN 1, 83 0. Course technology mastering digital photography 2nd edition sep ISBN 34 0. The Big Picture 1. What Is System Security? Identifying Risks 1. Responding to Risk 1. Security Process and Principles 1. System Security Principles 1. Wrapping Up 1. Resources Chapter 2. Filesystem Protections 2.
Tweaking a Running Kernel: sysctl 2. The Basic Sandbox: chroot 2. Jail: Beyond chroot 2. Inherent Protections 2. OS Tuning 2. Wrapping Up 2. Resources Chapter 3. Secure Installation and Hardening 3.
General Concerns 3. Installing FreeBSD 3. Installing OpenBSD 3. Post-Upgrade Hardening 3. Wrapping Up 3. Resources Chapter 4. Secure Administration Techniques 4. Access Control 4. Security in Everyday Tasks 4. Upgrading 4. Security Vulnerability Response 4. Network Service Security 4. Monitoring System Health 4. Wrapping Up 4. The Criticality of DNS 5. DNS Software 5. Installing BIND 5. Installing djbdns 5. Operating BIND 5.
Operating djbdns 5. Wrapping Up 5. Resources Chapter 6. Building Secure Mail Servers 6. Mail Server Attacks 6. Mail Architecture 6. Mail and DNS 6. SMTP 6. Mail Server Configurations 6. Sendmail 6. Postfix 6. Mail Access 6. Wrapping Up 6. Resources Chapter 7. Building a Secure Web Server 7. Web Server Attacks 7. Web Architecture 7. Apache 7. Advanced Web Servers with Jails 7.
Wrapping Up 7. Resources Chapter 8. Firewalls 8. Firewall Architectures 8. Host Lockdown 8. Basic PF Configuration 8. Handling Failure 8. Wrapping Up 8. Resources Chapter 9. Intrusion Detection 9. No Magic Bullets 9. IDS Architectures 9. Snort 9. ACID 9. Wrapping Up 9. Managing the Audit Trails System Logging Logging via syslogd Securing a Loghost Automated Log Monitoring Automated Auditing Scripts Wrapping Up Resources Chapter Incident Response and Forensics Incident Response Forensics on BSD Digging Deeper with the Sleuth Kit
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Both operating systems have kernel options and filesystem features that go well beyond traditional Unix permissions and controls. This power and flexibility is valuable, but the colossal range of possibilities creates a need for stepby-step instructions. View Paper. Save to Library.
Mastering FreeBSD and OpenBSD Security shows you how. Both operating setfacl -m g:editors:r fbfmnigeria.org # Give the Unix group editors read access. % setfacl.
The OpenBSD operating system focuses on security and the development of security features. Lucas, OpenBSD "is widely regarded as the most secure operating system available anywhere, under any licensing terms. Bugs and security flaws are often caused by programmer error.
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Korff joined Bell Atlantic as a Systems Engineer where he played a major role in the strategy, design, and deployment of a key Northern Virginia test facility. He later joined Cigital, Inc. He is now an essential member of the Information Security division at America Online. During his career, Mr. Korff has been able to identify and mitigate information security risks particularly relating to host-based BSD security. By leveraging his experience, he has been able to apply security fundamentals to influence business and industry practices.
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Secure Installation and Hardening , Chapter 5. Building Secure Mail Servers , Chapter 7. Building a Secure Web Server , Chapter Managing the Audit Trails , Chapter Incident Response and Forensics.
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