Security Basics
Re: Linux Web Server Hardening (LAMP + Wiki) Feb 02 2013 10:46AM
Ansgar Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net) (1 replies)
Re: Linux Web Server Hardening (LAMP + Wiki) Feb 05 2013 12:13AM
Eric Furman (ericfurman fastmail net) (1 replies)
Re: Linux Web Server Hardening (LAMP + Wiki) Feb 05 2013 08:24AM
Adam Pal (carpathin wolf gmx net)
I can agree with only one sentence within your statement:
"Security is an attitude."
So why are you trying then so hard to link the security-topic to an operating system?
It does not depend on the system, more on the knowledge of the person operating it. Period.

We are both OOT since the original poster asked clearly for hardening linux web server, not what the "better" underlying system might be.

best regards,
Adam Pal

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> Datum: Mon, 04 Feb 2013 19:13:25 -0500
> Von: Eric Furman <ericfurman (at) fastmail (dot) net [email concealed]>
> An: Ansgar Wiechers <bugtraq (at) planetcobalt (dot) net [email concealed]>, Security Basics <security-basics (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]>
> Betreff: Re: Linux Web Server Hardening (LAMP + Wiki)

> My point was that Microsoft has fixed the security issues with their
> windows system while X has refused to even acknowledge there
> is a problem. It was to back up my point about how even Microsoft
> has taken security more seriously than Linux.
> And yes, my initial email was a troll, but it did not change the fact
> that
> it is true. Security is an attitude. It is not something added after the
> fact.
> And the prevalent attitude toward security in the vast majority of the
> Linux
> community is indifference at best and open hostility at worst.
> (top posting just to annoy Mr. Wiechers)
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