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From: Liran Cohen (theogrct.co.il)
Date: Wed Oct 17 2007 - 09:48:25 CDT
what is the machine's location on your network (LAN\DMZ etc...) what is
the machine role, you should ask yourself some questions before
approaching hardening, I would not put the same effort on a machine
which is located on my LAN as much as I would make sure that DMZ
machines are protected, same goes for a web server which usually has a
lot of active processes on it and a DNS server or an FTP server which
are in most cases relatively less vulnerable.
there are a lot of tools , but one may perform some basic actions to
make sure the machine is protected enough in regards to what it does and
where it is located.
Jure Krasovic wrote:
> jvicenteasft.net pravi:
>> I was looking for a Linux hardening tool. I found Bastille. The
>> latest = version that I was able to find is 3.09. I cannot seem to
>> get this = version to work on later versions of Linux (RHEL 5, FC
>> 6,7) = distributions.
>> Is this tool still being supported? Is there a similar tool out there?
>> Thanks in advance,
> SELinux is already included in RHEL and their clones. May be you
> should try it.