Linux Server Security – Security Training for Linux Servers
Linux is the first choice for any attacker now and more administrators have started moving to the system to create networks or servers for any task. This course will help you to create a more secure Linux system.
You will start by discovering techniques that professional hackers use in order to scan a website and a server, in order to carry out their intrusion attacks. Next, you will learn to create secure accounts where we will look into deleting and creating user accounts password and monitoring servers. Further you will learn to maintain your Linux Server in order to get optimized performance and stability. Moving ahead, you will focus on tools that can be used to enhance server security, understand the hardening of passwords and fix authentication failures.
By the end of the course, you will be confident enough to take control of your Linux servers and use hands-on techniques to protect your server from Internet attacks.
Table of Contents:
– Scanning for Weaknesses
– Securing Server
– Basic Linux Maintenance
– Securing Server (Continued)
– Hardening Security
– Server Management
Manufacturer: Pocket Publishing / Packt Publishing
Teacher: Aubrey Love II
Level of training: Elementary, Secondary
Time of training: 3 hours +
File size: 470 MB