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Old 14th February 2005, 02:30 AM
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Article and Security Tools For Fedora and RH

I'm sure many of you read Newsforge, but for those who don't (but should ) here's an article of interest with links to free security tools and checklists. Quite good for introducing newbies (and security newbies) to the basics.

http://software.newsforge.com/softwa...8.shtml?tid=78

Incidentally, there are also other free downloads available from the same place for various M$ Wndows systems, Oracle, the FBI Top 20 Threats, and other useful articles and tools.
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