Cyber ​​Security: Mastering Linux Security (2020)
by V1NC3NT - October 07, 2020 at 11:19 AM
#13
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#14
Thanks for this it will be a big help
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#15
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#16
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#17
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(October 07, 2020 at 11:19 AM)V1NC3NT Wrote: What will you learn?

Learn about various Linux vulnerabilities and exploits
Use a variety of techniques to prevent attackers from accessing sensitive data
Learn about file permissions and security and how to safely modify files
Prevent attackers from injecting malware and determining if malware has been installed
Explore different ways to authenticate local users while monitoring their activity.



Description

Welcome to this course: Cyber Security: Mastering Linux Security. 

The availability of an information security mechanism is one of the
 most important factors for any organization. With the growing 
popularity of Linux, more and more administrators are starting
 to move to the system to create networks or servers for any task. 
It also makes Linux the first choice for any attacker. Due to a 
paucity of information about security attacks, administrators now
 face challenges in dealing with these attackers as quickly as possible. 
Learning about the different types of Linux security will help you
create a more secure Linux system.


In this course, you will learn:

-Learn about various Linux vulnerabilities and exploits
-Use a variety of techniques to prevent attackers from accessing sensitive data
-Learn about file permissions and security and how to safely modify files
-Prevent attackers from injecting malware and determining if malware has been installed
-Explore different ways to authenticate local users while monitoring their activity.


-Deny insider access to data to which they do not have access rights
-Authenticate users remotely and securely copy files to remote systems
-Learn security techniques that are common to all Linux distributions, and some to distributions




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awesome! Thanks man for the share
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#19
whats is the stuff, thks bro !!! x2
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#20
super thankful man.. You are jsut amazing
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(October 07, 2020 at 11:19 AM)V1NC3NT Wrote: What will you learn?

Learn about various Linux vulnerabilities and exploits
Use a variety of techniques to prevent attackers from accessing sensitive data
Learn about file permissions and security and how to safely modify files
Prevent attackers from injecting malware and determining if malware has been installed
Explore different ways to authenticate local users while monitoring their activity.



Description

Welcome to this course: Cyber Security: Mastering Linux Security. 

The availability of an information security mechanism is one of the
 most important factors for any organization. With the growing 
popularity of Linux, more and more administrators are starting
 to move to the system to create networks or servers for any task. 
It also makes Linux the first choice for any attacker. Due to a 
paucity of information about security attacks, administrators now
 face challenges in dealing with these attackers as quickly as possible. 
Learning about the different types of Linux security will help you
create a more secure Linux system.


In this course, you will learn:

-Learn about various Linux vulnerabilities and exploits
-Use a variety of techniques to prevent attackers from accessing sensitive data
-Learn about file permissions and security and how to safely modify files
-Prevent attackers from injecting malware and determining if malware has been installed
-Explore different ways to authenticate local users while monitoring their activity.


-Deny insider access to data to which they do not have access rights
-Authenticate users remotely and securely copy files to remote systems
-Learn security techniques that are common to all Linux distributions, and some to distributions




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doing gods work my man thank you so much  this is gonna help
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#22
ty my guy i wanted good course for it finally found it lmao
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