Linux security tools and network monitoring
  • Linux network monitoring with Nagios

    Secure you Linux network with these tips, tutorials and howtos on using open source network monitoring tool Nagios.

  • Linux security tutorials

    Get advice on the best Linux security administration tools like qpsmtpd and OSSEC, as well as advice on how to secure your Linux applications, such as using Firefox extensions, what firewalls work best and more.

Linux network monitoring with Nagios:

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  • Nagios: Balancing passive and active checks

    (presented by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com)

    Tip -  The author of "Network monitoring with Nagios" suggests a workaround for balancing active and passive checks and explains the impact of service failures.

  • Nagios plug-ins help device monitoring

    (presented by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com)

    Tip -  Find out where to go for customized Nagios plug-ins that will help you monitor Windows and Linux machines and get some timesaving tips.

  • Linux security help: Nagios with BMC Patrol, setting up SSH and more

    (presented by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com)

    Tip -  A Linux security expert describes how to configure Nagios with BMC Patrol, gives non-platform-specific help for setting up Secure Shell (SSH) and more in this interview.

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Linux security tutorials:

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  • Avoiding security blunders in Linux and IT infrastructures, part two

    (presented by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com)

    Tip -  Avoid common security errors made in IT infrastructure and maintenance. In part two, an expert describes mistakes resulting from the "set-it-and-forget-it" mentality.

  • Using SETools to manage SELinux policies

    (presented by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com)

    Tip -  SETools can help SELinux administrators with the daunting task of writing, managing and reporting on policies with the help of tools such as apol, sediff, seaudit and sechecker. Our expert shows you how to setup SETools on your system and introduces you...

  • IP addressing and subnetting: What network administrators need to know

    (presented by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com)

    Tip -  David Davis follows up his tip on binary-to-decimal conversions with a practical, in-depth look at IP addressing and subnetting. He discusses how IP addresses work, subnet masks, classful vs. classless IP addresses, default gateways and more.

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