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Samba vs NFS 2005-02-17
Jennifer Fountain (jfountain rbinc com) (4 replies)
Hi all:
My company is looking at samba or NFS to allow our clients to access
shares from their Windows workstations and their linux ssh sessions.
From a security standpoint, which option is "more" secure? Which option
is more vulnerable than the other? Etc, etc ,etc. I appeciate any
security info

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Re: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-22
Randy Williams (randyw techsource com)
Re: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-22
Kyle Wheeler (kyle memoryhole net)
Re: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-21
alux (alex baeres chello at)
Re: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-22
Avery Payne (apayne pcfruit com)
Re: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-24
Alexandre Abreu (alexandre abreu proteus com br)
Hi all,

I've writed an article about encrypted filesystem on Fedoranews website
a few months ago. It's very simple, I know that modern versions are
providing new features, but that solution fits to myself.

You can find it on:

http://fedoranews.org/alex/

Cheers

--
Alexandre de Abreu, RHCE, LPIC

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Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-19
Tales Teixeira (gnu4ever gmail com) (5 replies)
Dear sirs,

I'm studying about encrypted filesystems and i found a few of then. I
would like to know more about this in operation systems like Linux
Debian, Slackware and others "flavors". I'm sorry if this question had
been answer, but i didn't find.

Sorry for my "Brazilian english"
:-P

Best Rega

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Re: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-25
Claudio Merloni (c merloni securenetwork it)
Re: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-23
Foundation Linux (webmaster foundationlinux com)
Re: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-23
Alvin Oga (alvin sec Virtual Linux-Sec net)
RE: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-22
ALD, Aditya, Aditya Lalit Deshmukh (aditya deshmukh online gateway expertworks net)
Re: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-22
Joachim Schipper (j schipper math uu nl) (1 replies)
Re: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-24
Harald Eder (admin eder-harald com) (1 replies)
Re: Encrypted Filesystems 2005-01-25
Antoine Martin (antoine nagafix co uk)
RE: NMAP : Different interpretation of "filtered" ports depending on -sS or -sT options. Bug ? 2005-01-10
Jeff Gercken (JeffG kizan com) (1 replies)
Which version of Nmap? What OS is it running on? Is it a virtual
machine?

With nmap 3.55 on Gentoo 2004.3 w/ kernel 2.4.25 I get:

nmap -sT -P0 -p135-136 spork
135/tcp open msrpc
136/tcp closed profile

nmap -sS -P0 -p135-136 spork
135/tcp open msrpc
136/tcp closed profile

-Jeff

-----Origin

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NMAP : Different interpretation of "filtered" ports depending on -sS or -sT options. Bug ? 2005-01-07
S C (contrera eig unige ch)


Hi

When scanning machine B (IP=192.168.254.10, no firewall on this machine and no application listening on port 136) with NMAP (NMAP on machine A), NMAP gives me two different output depending on the options (-sS or -sT).

1/ When the command line is : nmap.exe -sS -p 135-136 -P0 192.

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ipv6, again 2005-01-05
R Dicaire (secure kritek net)
When an application attempts to reverse resolve an IPv6 host, it appears
it tries to do so in the .ip6.int domain first, failing that, it will
then try ip6.arpa. What I'd like to know is what is responsible for
querying in .ip6.int domain first, the application, or glibc?

With .ip6.int in the midst

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firewall 1.4 2005-01-04
TJ Easter (tjeaster gmail com)
Mods: Sorry for the shameless plug, but I think some might be interested.

I've recently put together firewall 1.4, available at
http://tje.ssllink.net/firewall.tar.gz

firewall lets you configure your rules with flat text files such as
/etc/firewall/tcp.ssh or /etc/firewall/udp.nfs. 1.4 comes wit

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RE: CAN-2004-1137 2005-01-05
hilton de meillon (hiltond hotpop com) (1 replies)
Thanks a lot Charles and to all who replied. I will try these solutions and
see how I fare.

I really need to touch up my TCP/IP or IGMP/IP skills.

One question -your iptables statement had two entries - one for inbound igmp
and
one for outbound igmp, the first rule makes sense but the second on

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Re: CAN-2004-1137 2005-01-05
Foundation Linux (webmaster foundationlinux com)
RE: CAN-2004-1137 2005-01-03
hilton de meillon (hiltond hotpop com) (1 replies)
Hi Ron & All,

I am able to update my kernel manually. Another post suggested that the
vulnerability was not fixed as such but that the kernel config was just
modified accordingly. I just find it puzzling that other "vendors" provide
patches but many do not.

Traditionally I believe that the vendor

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Re: CAN-2004-1137 2005-01-05
Blizbor (tb670725 ima pl)
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