Linux Security Tips

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  1. kohgnak@gmail.com' Tomato says:

    2 small remarks :
    1/ In Use secure remote login => it is only true if you use public key authentication AND a passphrase on it. Passphrase-less keys are only good in very restrained scenarios (ex: compute nodes in a cluster to communicate with masternode f.e.)

    2/ In Keep your system up to date, there’s a typo in that sentence : “All security update should be reviewed and applied as soon as possible always you have to be aware of new vulnerabilities.”.

    Also but this is more personal I always switch on and autoapply security patches, usually on a desktop it is harmless and on a server the services are running in a container of some sort and thus it won’t break anything. More thought can be put in updating those afterwards.

    Otherwise nice list!

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