Security Portal: Securing your File System in LinuxJun 14, 1999, 14:19 (5 Talkback[s])
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Thanks to Jim Reavis for this link.
"Best practices in Linux file system security dictate a philosophy of configuring file system access rights in the most restrictive way possible that still allows legitimate users and processes to function properly."
"To have the most comprehensive plan for Linux file system security, a system administrator needs to modify a default installation's settings, proactively monitor and audit file system changes and have multiple methods to recover from a file system attack."