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Networking and Security Level 1

  • 1.0 Networking on Linux
  • 1.1 Understanding Linux Networking
  • 1.2 A Few Key Protocols
  • 1.3 Using Command Line Tools to
  • 1.4 Configure Networking
  • 1.5 Using LinuxConf to configure
  • 1.6 Networking
  • 1.7 Ethernet and Dial Up Networking
  • 1.8 The Network Card, the interface, and the route
  • 2.0 Troubleshooting Networking
  • 2.1 Using the Ping Command
  • 2.2 Checking Ifconfig and route
  • 3.0 Dial-up Networking
  • 3.1 Protocols
  • 3.2 Working with an ISP
  • 4.0 DHCP
  • 4.1 Configuring the DHCP Server
  • 4.2 The DHCP Client
  • 5.0 Introducing Domain Name Service-DNS
  • 5.1 Subdomains and Zones
  • 5.2 Configuring the Client Side of DNS
  • 6.0 Server-side DNS
  • 6.1 Configuring DNS Server
  • 6.2 PTR Record
  • 6.3 Utilities
  • 7.0 Network Information Service
  • 7.1 Understanding the Purpose of NIS/NFS
  • 7.2 The YP Command
  • 7.3 The R Commands

Networking and Security Level 2

  • 1.0 Introducing Samba
  • 1.1 Purpose and Background of Samba
  • 1.2 Installing the Packages
  • 1.3 Setting up Core Configuration Options
  • 1.4 Setting up Shares
  • 1.5 Security and Password Issues
  • 1.6 Client Testing
  • 1.7 Setting up the smb.conf configuration file
  • 1.8 The Print Tool
  • 2.0 The LDAP Directory Protocol
  • 2.1 Understanding LDAP
  • 2.2 Setting up an LDAP Server
  • 3.0 Understanding E-mail on Linux
  • 3.1 Security Considerations and Transfer Agents
  • 4.0 Basic Sendmail Configuration
  • 4.1 Overview of Configuration Files
  • 4.2 Using e-mail Aliases
  • 4.3 Linux Conf
  • 5.0 Using the Procmail Delivery Agent
  • 5.1 Understanding the Purpose of Procmail
  • 5.2 Setting up Procmail recipes
  • 6.0 Mail Relay Agents: POP and IMAP
  • 6.1 Using POP and IMAP

Networking and Security Level 3

  • 1.0 Basic Apache Web Server Configuration
  • 1.1 Features of Apache
  • 1.2 Packages
  • 2.0 Httpd.conf
  • 2.1 Httpd.conf
  • 3.0 Server Resource Management
  • 3.1 Srm.conf
  • 4.0 Access.conf
  • 4.1 Access.conf
  • 5.0 Advanced Features of Apache
  • 5.1 Virtual Hosting, Server-side Includes, and CGI
  • 6.0 Apache Modules
  • 6.1 Locating Modules (Free and Commercial)

Networking and Security Level 4

  • 1.0 Security Basics
  • 1.1 Reasons for Security-Protection from disaster, malice and accident
  • 1.2 Physical, User, and Network Security
  • 1.3 Defining some Security-related terms
  • 1.4 Cryptography-algorithms/symmetric and asymmetric
  • 2.0 Physical Security
  • 2.1 Hard Drive Removal, Booting form Floppy and BIOS Passwords
  • 2.2 LILO Prompt run Levels and Passwords
  • 2.3 Using the Sticky Bit
  • 2.4 Session Security
  • 3.0 User Security
  • 3.1 Reviewing File System Permissions
  • 3.2 Monitoring Login Attempts
  • 3.3 Dangling Files from deleted Users
  • 3.4 Securetty and Nologin files
  • 3.5 Using File Attributes
  • 3.6 Using Su and Sudo
  • 4.0 Passwords
  • 4.1 The Passwd and Shadow Files
  • 4.2 MD5 and authconfig
  • 4.3 Pwconv and related Utilities
  • 4.4 Cracklib and the Linux.words Library
  • 5.0 Pluggable Authentication Modules
  • 5.1 Defining PAM and PAM Clients
  • 5.2 Reviewing the Directories /lib/security and /etc/pam.d and /etc/security
  • 5.3 The access.conf and time.conf files
  • 6.0 Public Private Key Systems
  • 6.1 Understanding the Key Exchange
  • 7.0 Controlling User Access to Resources
  • 7.1 Clobberd and Clobberedit
  • 7.2 Limits
  • 7.3 Process Accounting
  • 8.0 Network Security
  • 8.1 Inetd

Networking and Security Level 5

  • 1.0 TCP Wrappers
  • 1.1 Host Allow and Host Deny
  • 1.2 Host Options
  • 1.3 tcpdchk and tcpdmatch
  • 1.4 identd
  • 1.5 Plaintext Network Services
  • 1.6 SAINT and Nessus
  • 2.0 Network Routing
  • 2.1 Understanding Network Traffic (drop v forward)
  • 2.2 Enabling IP Forwarding
  • 2.3 Understanding Dynamic Routing
  • 2.4 The Traceroute Command
  • 2.5 Optimizing the Kernel for Routing
  • 3.0 Advanced Routing Techniques
  • 3.1 Three advanced routing techniques
  • 3.2 Using a Traditional Proxy Server with Client Configuration
  • 3.3 Using a Transparent Proxy with Port Forwarding
  • 3.4 Using network Address Translation/IP Masquerading
  • 3.5 Red Hat?s Piranah Virtual Server
  • 3.6 Portscanners, Sniffers, TCPdump and Ethereal
  • 3.7 IPTraf Interface
  • 4.0 Display Security
  • 4.1 Xhost for Host-based Security
  • 4.2 Xauth for more Precise Security
  • 5.0 The Secure Shell (SSH)
  • 5.1 Defining the Importance of SSH
  • 5.2 Generating Keys
  • 5.3 Authentication Layers
  • 5.4 Using SSH and SCP
  • 5.5 Tunneling Other Protocols Over SSH
  • 6.0 Firewalls and IP Chains
  • 6.1 Understanding Firewalls and IP Chains
  • 6.2 Setting default Policies
  • 6.3 Setting Up IP Masquerading
  • 6.4 Adding Rules
  • 6.5 Additional Resources

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