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Security: Locking Down SUSE Linux

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What you might want to do to your new SuSE system...
SUSE Linux, from Novell, is becoming an increasingly popular OS. Many times it comes bundled with gear from IBM and HP.

Like any other operating system, it is wise to take some precautions, especially in enterprise environments. That saying about a chain being as strong as its weakest link? It's even truer in a corporate network, where one poorly configured system can unravel even the most robust deployment.
 read more | mail this link | score:4356 | -Ray, August 9, 2004
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