May 25, 2017

How to Install Audit Support on FreeBSD

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With the Security Event Auditing from FreeBSD you can monitor system events like logins, file changes and network access. You can even monitor these events per user and directory which makes this a perfect tool for security-relevant system events. Besides this you can combine the event auditing with your favorite sync software to create a cluster file system on FreeBSD.

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How to Install Unison on FreeBSD

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Are you searching for a file synchronizer that runs on almost every operating system such as Unix, Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris and Windows? The file synchronizer Unison is a great choice. With Unison you can even synchronize files between different platforms. Unison is based on the rsync algorithm and can detect synchronization conflicts. Combining Unison with an event audit tool can keep you server farm in sync. All that comes with an open source license.

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How to Configure SFTP with Chroot-Jail on CentOS

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Did you know that FTP transfers your password in plain text? Instead of FTP you can use the more secure SFTP. The SFTP service is based on SSH which encrypts all passwords and data. You do not even have to install a separate service, to do everything what you need is to configure SSH properly.

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Cool Bash Aliases for FreeBSD

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Every day, the shell is your most used program. Using aliases can make your live much easier. In the following we have listed a few useful aliases to brighten up your day.

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How to Copy a File From One Server to Another With SCP

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Copying files from one server to another is an often-repeated activity. You’ve set up a SSH service on the server you want to copy a file and a SSH client from where you want to copy a file. For this purpose you can use SCP. It is really easy.

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Google Android Must Have Apps

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I would like to list my favorite apps that I find particularly useful on the Google Android platform.

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How to Disable SSH root Login

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When you run a server, SSH (Secure Shell) is a service with which you have to do on each case. It is important for the security of your server that the login with the root user is locked from outside. We show you how to do it. It’s very simple.

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How to Install Bash Shell on FreeBSD

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FreeBSD uses the C Shell (tcsh) as default. For security reasons, it is better to use C Shell for the root user. Nevertheless, you can install and use Bash simply by installing a port.

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