Linux is a powerful and popular operating system kernel. That popularity
means you might be running it even if you're not a dedicated Unix
administrator or high-powered programmer. That doesn't mean that
rock-solid security is out of your reach, though. Aaron Brazell shows how
to make Red Hat 9 (and other Linux distributions) much more secure in a
few easy steps
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