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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
 
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The Linux Security Guide is designed to assist users of Linux in learning the processes and practices of securing workstations and servers against local and remote intrusion, exploitation, and malicious activity.
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The Fedora Security Guide is designed to assist users of Linux in learning the processes and practices of securing workstations and servers against local and remote intrusion, exploitation, and malicious activity.
  
 
== Owner ==
 
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== Detailed Description ==
 
== Detailed Description ==
 
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The Linux Security Guide is designed to assist users of Linux in learning the processes and practices of securing workstations and servers against local and remote intrusion, exploitation, and malicious activity. The Linux Security Guide details the planning and the tools involved in creating a secured computing environment for the data center, workplace, and home. With proper administrative knowledge, vigilance, and tools, systems running Linux can be both fully functional and secured from most common intrusion and exploit methods.
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The Fedora Security Guide is designed to assist users of Fedora in learning the processes and practices of securing workstations and servers against local and remote intrusion, exploitation, and malicious activity. The Fedora Security Guide details the planning and the tools involved in creating a secured computing environment for the data center, workplace, and home. With proper administrative knowledge, vigilance, and tools, systems running Fedora can be both fully functional and secured from most common intrusion and exploit methods.
 
== Benefit to Fedora ==
 
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== Scope ==
 
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Latest revision as of 22:32, 5 August 2009


Contents

[edit] Feature Name

Security Guide

[edit] Summary

The Fedora Security Guide is designed to assist users of Linux in learning the processes and practices of securing workstations and servers against local and remote intrusion, exploitation, and malicious activity.

[edit] Owner

  • email: sparks@fedoraproject.org

[edit] Current status

  • Targeted release: 12
  • Last updated: 05 Aug 2009
  • Percentage of completion: 100%


[edit] Detailed Description

The Fedora Security Guide is designed to assist users of Fedora in learning the processes and practices of securing workstations and servers against local and remote intrusion, exploitation, and malicious activity. The Fedora Security Guide details the planning and the tools involved in creating a secured computing environment for the data center, workplace, and home. With proper administrative knowledge, vigilance, and tools, systems running Fedora can be both fully functional and secured from most common intrusion and exploit methods.

[edit] Benefit to Fedora

[edit] Scope

[edit] How To Test

[edit] User Experience

This guide is designed to be used by users that have some experience with Linux. All users could benefit from reading the guide, however.

[edit] Dependencies

None

[edit] Contingency Plan

None

[edit] Documentation

[edit] Release Notes

[edit] Comments and Discussion