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Old 02-21-2002
Computer Any leads to hardening UNIX


I am trying to get info/best practices/how-to harden unix,
especially solaris!

Appreciate any leads please.....................
# 2  
Old 02-21-2002
practise and self explore, is the only way for you to get lead in Unix. Trust me everyone do the same. no matter what OS it is. anyway a suggestion search the forum or check the FAQ Threads for your nearest answer. or more best if you could visit the vendors webpage. On your case solaris,
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Old 02-22-2002
Titan (Tighten, get it... heh) used to be primarily Solaris, but I guess it works with a few systems now:

And if you

Google, you will find lots of pages floating around

Anything on is an excellent security resource... take this one, for example...

Happy cracker bashing!
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Old 02-26-2002
Thanks for your suggestions!

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