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Security Linux News for May 20, 2001

  • SMTP over an SSH Tunnel (May 20, 2001, 23:59)
    The author of this quick tutorial was faced with the need for a secure mail relay that would get him around Earthlink's poor status with many of the more agressive spam blockers. His solution was creating a secure tunnel for SMTP from his laptop at home to a mail server that didn't enjoy outlaw status.

  • Deviation, Securing Linux and BSD machines (May 20, 2001, 20:00)
    "Detailed with both underground and professional level based information, we hope to bring an in-your-face template for security, while giving you a thorough understanding and reasoning for our writings, and recommendations while keeping the document in tune with the average user to high end geek of Linux, and BSD based operating systems."

  • SecurityPortal: Ask Buffy - Secure FTP, NAT/firewalls, syslog, and certificate authorities. (May 20, 2001, 17:00)
    "Questions this week cover NT passwords, secure FTP, NAT/firewalls, syslog, coworkers viewing inappropriate materials, and certificate authorities."