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Kryptor for Linux released 2005-11-19
angelo rosiello org
About:
Kryptor is a graphical tool to encrypt files using the algorithm ARCS-256 by Rosiello Security. It is also possible to erase files by overwriting data with a pseudo-random sequence of bytes iterated three times, which will make data recovery a very complex operation.
Requirements: Linux+KDE.

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Automatic Password Generator Tools on Unix Platform 2005-11-18
j sonsurkar ixiscm com (1 replies)
Hello, Can someone please help me to find some tool to generate the automatic random password tool on Unix platform. I did lots of search on web but most of the tools are on Windows platform and not on Unix.

Regards,
Jay

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Re: Automatic Password Generator Tools on Unix Platform 2005-11-21
Martin Glazer (securityfocus glazer ca)
SF new column announcement: Linux worm overrated 2005-11-10
Moderator (mod-linux securityfocus com) (1 replies)
The following column was published on SecurityFocus today:

Linux worm overrated
by Daniel Hanson
2005-11-09

The latest and greatest Linux worm isn't the most elegant or fastest spreading
worm, or even one that's difficult to stop, but it still offers a warning for
Web developers and administrato

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Re: SF new column announcement: Linux worm overrated 2005-11-10
Alex Nordstrom (lx se linux org) (1 replies)
Re: SF new column announcement: Linux worm overrated 2005-11-10
James Eaton-Lee (james mailing gmail com)
Re: Re: httpd and port 7200 2005-10-26
tigerblue puzzleapuma de
Hi,

at least the grep -r 7200 /apacheconfigfiles/* gave the right hint. A dms-service for oracle was listening on this port.
thanx for all your help.

best regards

tigerblue

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httpd and port 7200 2005-10-20
tigerblue puzzleapuma de (2 replies)
Hi,

I´ve just installed an apache on an redhat enterprise. On this machine is only an ssh and this apache, but when I´m using the netstat -a command, I see the an open port tcp on 7200. When I use "fuser -v -n tcp 7200", to find out which process is behind this port I get this Info...

7200/tcp

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Re: httpd and port 7200 2005-10-24
Terry Dooher (tdooher lists naturalmotion com) (1 replies)
Re: httpd and port 7200 2005-10-25
dewey hylton (securityfocus com hyltown com)
Re: httpd and port 7200 2005-10-24
Thomas Chiverton (thomas chiverton bluefinger com)
RE: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-07
Sven-Åke Larsson (Sven-Ake Larsson hiq se) (1 replies)

Even though this is a great solution with a lot of options there was a post
from George Njoku with two different forward rules. Shouldn't it work? At
least it's simple.

Regards,
Sven

-----Original Message-----
From: Artur Szczotka
To: kucserak (at) post (dot) sk [email concealed]
Cc: focus-linux (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Sent: 2005

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Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-07
Phil Dyer (phil dyermaker org)
Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-05
nospam nospam org
Please read the "Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO", available on www.tldp.org

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FW: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-04
George Njoku (gon2 njit edu)

Iptables -A FORWARD -i "External interface1" -o "internal interface1" -m
state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
Iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -i "internal interface1" -o "ext int1"
--source-port 25:110:21:20 -j ACCEPT

Iptables -A FORWARD -i "External interface2" -o "internal interface2" -m
sta

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Re: Securing Fedora Core 4 2005-10-02
Scott Rippee (scott hypexr org)
I agree with this completely and after a few years of not taking this approach have had to many headaches to count. Within a few weeks I will have my web services moved to a dedicated computer with no internal privileges and be able to sleep a little better at night. :)

On Sun, Sep 25, 2005 at 01

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routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-03
kucserak post sk (7 replies)
Dear List!

I just want to ask you a question.I have a linux(Secure platform) gateway server with 2 external ip address to the internet (one S/0 ADSl, second S/1 Point to Point) and one internal ip eth0 for my LAN. I need to split up the outgoing traffic.HTTP/HTTPS want to route through the ADSL and

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Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-05
David Ballester - Kern Pharma (dballester kernpharma com)
Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-05
Artur Szczotka (artis ae katowice pl)
Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-05
Vladimir Mitiouchev (vovcia irc pl)
Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-04
Jose Luis Domingo Lopez (focus-linux 24x7linux com)
Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-04
Frank Burkhardt (fbo2 gmx net)
Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-04
Joachim Schipper (j schipper math uu nl)
Re: routing_based_on_port/services 2005-10-04
Martin Benda (bendis bendis cz)
Re: Group permissions changed 2005-09-30
Glynn Clements (glynn gclements plus com)

Eduardo Tongson wrote:

> > I posted this before on the security basics, but haven't recieved
> > a response, and it worries me a bit, so I'm sending this to a few
> > other groups in hopes that someone will have an idea about it.
> >
> > ---
> >
> > Fairly recently I noticed my ftp client wouldn't

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Re: Group permissions changed 2005-09-29
Jan Slupski (jslupski juljas net)
On Thu, 29 Sep 2005, joop gerritse wrote:

> On Wednesday 28 September 2005 20:33, sf_submit (at) yahoo (dot) com [email concealed] wrote:
>> I posted this before on the security basics, but haven't recieved a
>> response, and it worries me a bit, so I'm sending this to a few other
>> groups in hopes that someone will have an i

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