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Common Criteria Certification Is Uncommonly Secure



By: linuxscribe

March 5, 2013 7:00 pm

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Everyone knows Linux is secure. But there’s secure, and then there’s really secure.

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SUSE and UPW team up to help you stay compliant



By: joachimwerner

August 11, 2012 3:33 pm

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SUSE Linux Enterprise has a nice track record of being the secure operating system platform that you can trust for your most mission-critical applications. Our engineers and our security team ensure that the presets we chose are secure by default, and our “Security Center and Hardening” module in the YaST configuration management tool offers a …

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SUSE and Secure Boot: The Details



By: Vojtěch Pavlík

August 9, 2012 7:56 pm

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In the previous posts, UEFI Secure Boot and Our Planned Approach to Secure Boot, Olaf Kirch has introduced you into the topic of UEFI Secure Boot and the basics of our approach to implementing it in SUSE. In this post, I’ll lead you through the technical details of our Secure Boot plan. So be prepared …

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Our Planned Approach to Secure Boot



By: Olaf Kirch

August 8, 2012 10:13 am

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In this follow-on blog to UEFI Secure Boot, I will describe our plans towards UEFI Secure Boot. Note that when we say “SUSE”, we really mean two very distinct distributions –  SUSE Linux Enterprise on one hand, and openSUSE on the other hand. The latter, being a  community project, is rather independent in their decisions …

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UEFI Secure Boot



By: Olaf Kirch

August 7, 2012 4:51 pm

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In case you don’t know what this blog is talking about: UEFI is the “Unified Extensible Firmware Interface”, and “Secure Boot” is one of its more recent features that is generating a bit of a stir in the Open Source world. At SUSE, we have been looking at UEFI Secure Boot long and hard. On …

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Encrypting Container Files in SLES 10 and SLES 11

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By: mfaris01

January 20, 2011 4:40 pm

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There are endless documents, articles, editorials and such, on data security and encryption. Views and opinions fly over which methods are better than others and why.

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How to WebDAV over SSL using LDAP Authentication with Apache Web Server



By: susethailand

December 8, 2009 12:07 pm

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How to WebDAV over SSL using LDAP Authentication with Apache Web Server.

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SUDO or not SU

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By: maggot62

July 22, 2009 5:41 pm

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If you have a group of administrators who need root access to your Linux servers or desktops, consider assigning rights through SUDO rather than giving them the root password.

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Further Securing OpenSuSE 11.1 Against SSH Script Attacks

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By: dgersic

May 29, 2009 1:02 pm

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Detecting and blocking scripted attacks on the SSH daemon.

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LJDT: RPM Package Verification and Repair



By: ab

April 3, 2009 4:05 pm

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This entry is part 1 of 11 in the series LJDT - Linux Just Does That

What do you do when you inadvertently change permissions on a bunch of files/directories in your filesystem without meaning to? How do you recover? What software do I need to buy to repair all the applications in my system?? It’s time for the first article in the “Linux Just Does That” series.

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