Vino, Meet Security

Accessing your desktop from a remote location is fun. But anyone who wants to protect their data knows that it has to be secure. In a lot of cases, doing this requires configuring an SSH server with X11 forwarding.

Vino, GNOME's remote desktop (VNC) server, is nothing new. It has been around since GNOME 2.8, over three years ago. The only problem with it is the fact that ...

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Bullet proof your server #2 - SSH

See also: Part 1.

OpenSSH pufferfishWelcome back! In the first part of this multi-part tutorial on FOSSwire, I look at some simple ways you can boost your security for the Apache web server. In this part, I'm going to look at securing the OpenSSH server, which is used for remotely logging in to your server.

OpenSSH is pretty secure as it is, but it never hurts to tweak a few ...

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Bullet proof your server #1 - Apache

See also: Part 2.

First of all, I'd like to wish all FOSSwire readers a very happy new year! Hope it's a good one. Now, the task of keeping a server secure can be a difficult one at times. Getting the compromise and balance between security and convenience right isn't easy to do.

In the first part of this multi-part series, I'm going to show you ...

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