Jul 022012
 

Article by Giuseppe Sanna

Do you know what you should do to stay away from viruses, bruteforce and all these bad things? There are three possibilities. First, we could not buy a computer or, if you really want to buy it, do not turn it on! or as a last resort (but far less secure) does not ever connect it to any network and use only certified software from CD that you know.

In short, this shows that every operating system that we install has some bug and security flaw. Obviously there are those who have less. Our loved Linux distributions, for example, are among the more secure systems, but not impenetrable. Today, in this short article, we will see how the best of the worst hackers works to get our data, such as PIN and keyword, or just to discover our deepest secrets. And please remember that we’ll take a look at these techniques, as learning tool to be ready to “defend” ourself and our devices from these attacks. Continue reading »

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Mar 132012
 

Article by Giuseppe Sanna

One of the most important things for eveybody is undoubtedly the security ! Sure, the software can be reinstalled, the hardware can be bought back … But your information? Those can not be re-installed or repurchased. In the event of a crash … you could lost all forever!
For this reason, today we will see how to make your PC a real Fort Knox!

The first thing to do is to make backups of your files with a TAR archives. Even if this is an old method, I guarantee that it is one of the most secure to date!
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Nov 182011
 

I’m a bit late this month, but here we go, these are the top 7 of the most read articles from Linuxaria in the month of October, it’s your opportunity to read them if you missed them during last month.

7 - Logcheck: why I love you

If you have a server, you probably would like to continually be updated on what the system logs records; a very useful tool that I discover is Logcheck: it works very well, and I’m very greatful with the developers.

I use it to have various email about the logs between a range of time like [3 hours].
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