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Re: security options (re) brute force attack



On Wednesday 27 April 2005 07:13 pm, Kenneth Geddings Jr. wrote:
> Matthew Miller wrote:
> >On Wed, Apr 27, 2005 at 05:22:07PM -0500, Jeff Vian wrote:
> >>it also infects files in /bin as stated by symantic and as stated by
> >>Daniel.  Thus it has some method of getting root privileges.
> >
> >Nah, it just *tries* to infect files in /bin, and does if it happens to
> > have write privileges. Therefore: don't run as root, and only run trusted
> > programs with root privileges.
>
> what virus scan /firewire options are avalible with Fedora core 3 ? im a
> newbie (hi everyone) and just wanted to know what security options it
> has :-)
> thanks.
The programs clamscan and chkrootkit come as standard packages in fedora.
The firewall iptables is part of the standard installation setup.
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