LinuxLock.org: LinuxSecurity.Com wins Source of the Month for July, 2000
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"This month's LinuxLock.Org Security Source of the Month goes to
a group of individuals dedicated to bringing security to the
fore-front of the linux community; this is the staff of
LinuxSecurity.Com. Since we started following the site in January
2000, it has evolved into one of the internet's premiere sources of
Linux Security Information."
"This month pushed them over the top, when they released The
Linux Security Quick Reference Guide. This guide is a printable PDF
document with numerous security checks and tips, some of the
sections include Linux Kernel Security, File Permissions,
Intrusions Detection, Linux Security Resources, and more.
"LinuxSecurity.Com has provided original features every
month, covering things such as, how to use certain security tools,
and interviews with Security Guru's. This month LinuxSecurity
Interviews Carr Biggerstaff, Senior Vice President of Marketing,
and Thomas Haigh, Vice President and Chief Technologist for Secure
Computing, Inc. about their work with Linux and security."