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Re: Content Filtering Firewall in Linux.. 2005-08-18
Craig Van Tassle (craig codestorm org)
On Wed, August 17, 2005 5:46 am, Soi, Dhruv wrote:
> Is anyone aware of such firewall in linux. I have used ipcop, iptables,
> shorewall and have read that applying netfilter patch to kernel for HEX
> search can provide such capability. Would anyone of you like to put your
> thoughts over it?
>
> Th

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Re: Certifications 2005-08-18
Pablo Roc (webmaster dprogressisp com)
Robert Hudock wrote:
> I am interested in the LPI certification, I have been trying to track
> down up-to-date materials. Would anyone have any recommendations for
> good sources for preparation/ review.
>
Hi everyone

LPIC1: there are some books, I know from 0'Reilly [1] and "LPIC1
Certification

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RE: Certifications 2005-08-18
dan trevino (dan wrevolution org)
IBM Developerworks has recently started a series of reviews for the LPI
exam.

http://www-130.ibm.com/developerworks/linux

dan

On Mon, 2005-08-15 at 15:57 -0700, Charles Heselton wrote:
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Re: Certifications 2005-08-18
Alan McKinnon (alan linuxholdings co za)
On Tuesday, 16 August 2005 18:34, Robert Hudock wrote:
> I am interested in the LPI certification, I have been trying to
> track down up-to-date materials. Would anyone have any
> recommendations for good sources for preparation/ review.

The LPI program is ever so slightly weak in the area of revi

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OPIE 2005-08-18
Lars Solberg (sunberg gmail com) (1 replies)
I'v been looking around a lot now, after opie (one time password in
everything) related stuff. The orginal dev site was lokated at
http://inner.net/opie/ but it seams like that link is dead.
I know the opie project stalled in 1998 some times but some BSD people
made a rewrite in 1999 but i cant find

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Re: OPIE 2005-08-18
ERACC (eracclists bellsouth net)
Content Filtering Firewall in Linux.. 2005-08-17
Soi, Dhruv (dsoi ipolicynetworks com) (2 replies)
Is anyone aware of such firewall in linux. I have used ipcop, iptables, shorewall and have read that applying netfilter patch to kernel for HEX search can provide such capability. Would anyone of you like to put your thoughts over it?

Thanks
Dhruv

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Re: Content Filtering Firewall in Linux.. 2005-08-18
Glennie Vignarajah (glenny nephthys org)
Re: Content Filtering Firewall in Linux.. 2005-08-18
Andrew Rucker Jones (arjones simultan dyndns org)
Re: Certifications 2005-08-16
Chris H. (bluemason gmail com) (3 replies)
I would have a hard look at LPI Certifications - LPIC2 is highly
regarded... Linux+ is still really an intro Cert, even though they
just changed it to where 6 - 12 mos of experience are recommended.

While RHCE is #1 to get, it is also costly; LPI are -very- reasonable.

You can find info on LPI at

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Re: Certifications 2005-08-16
Eduardo Kienetz (eduardok gmail com)
Re: Certifications 2005-08-16
Robert Hudock (rhudock gmail com)
Re: Certifications 2005-08-16
Pablo Roc (webmaster dprogressisp com)
Re: Certifications 2005-08-15
Angel Rivera (angel wolf com)
See below...

Brad Bendily writes:

> Novell has some certifications for their Linux products.
> They're supposed to be mostly generic, but i'm sure there are
> a few things specific to SuSE linux.
>
> --
> Brad Bendily - CNA/CLE
>
> On Sat, 13 Aug 2005, Dev Anand wrote:
>
>> Hi All ,
>>

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Re: Certifications 2005-08-15
mike genxweb net

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>> Regarding the certifications for Linux , other than RHCE, do we have
>> anything good to mention something in admin side or forensic side of
>> Linux ??
>

I currently have my LCA from Sair it is a vendor neutral linux cert

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Certifications 2005-08-14
Dev Anand (deva security gmail com) (3 replies)
Hi All ,

I was going through www.giac.org which mentions highly about the GCUX.

Has anyone got any idea on the scope of it for current Linux Admins
here now and then ??

Kindly adivse.

Regarding the certifications for Linux , other than RHCE, do we have
anything good to mention something in adm

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RE: Certifications 2005-08-15
Charles Heselton (charles heselton gmail com)
Re: Certifications 2005-08-15
Brad Bendily (brad selu edu)
Re: Certifications 2005-08-14
Ayaz Ahmed Khan (ayaz pakcon org)
SID HIDS 0.4.2 released 2005-07-16
harald deppeler org
Hi,

SID 0.4.2 has been released.

This release supports Solaris 8+ (SPARC, i386) and Linux 2.4 and x86
2.6 kernels.

SID aims at detecting unwanted PTY action on UNIX systems. SID is a
kernel-imposed host-based IDS. The kernel part plugs into the terminal
processing subsystem and logs hashed termin

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Re: Passwords on Linux systems(for all flavors) 2005-07-13
Roman Daszczyszak (romandas gmail com) (2 replies)
How long is the standard password MD5 hash, 128 bits? So
theoretically, the longer the password gets, the likelyhood of rolling
over the top number and getting duplicate hashes for multiple password
increases as well, yes?

I mean, I'm not sure exactly how the MD5 hash algorithm works, but I'm
sure

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Re: Passwords on Linux systems(for all flavors) 2005-07-17
Glynn Clements (glynn gclements plus com)
Re: Passwords on Linux systems(for all flavors) 2005-07-15
Kyle Wheeler (kyle memoryhole net)
Re: Passwords on Linux systems(for all flavors) 2005-07-11
Dwayne Ghant (dghant temple edu) (1 replies)
What about unicode charectors in passwords.
Glynn Clements wrote:

>shyaam (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed] wrote:
>
>
>
>>I would like to know the place where I can find the linux password
>>constraints for the various linux flavors. What I mean is the details
>>like number of key spaces or the key length, the types o

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Re: Passwords on Linux systems(for all flavors) 2005-07-11
Glynn Clements (glynn gclements plus com)
RE: Passwords on Linux systems(for all flavors) 2005-07-11
Don Gray (don_gray busdk12 com)


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Subject: Re: Passwords on Linux systems(for all flavors)

shyaam (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed] wrote:

> I would like to know the place where

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