Over the last few years, system security has gained a lot of momentum and software professionals are focusing heavily on it.
Linux is often treated as a highly secure operating system. However, the reality is that Linux has its share of security aws, and these security aws allow attackers to get into your system and modify or even destroy your important data.
But there’s no need to panic, since there are various mechanisms by which these aws can be removed, and this book will help you learn about different types of Linux security to create a more secure Linux system.
―With a step-by-step recipe approach, the book starts by introducing you to various threats to Linux systems.
―Then, this book will walk you through customizing the Linux kernel and securing local files.
―Next, you will move on to managing user authentication both locally and remotely and mitigating network attacks.
―Later, you will learn about application security and kernel vulnerabilities.
―You will also learn about patching Bash vulnerability, packet filtering, handling incidents, and monitoring system logs.