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When developing a page on a localhost, I sometimes get a "Permission denied" error which I can solve by running chmod -R 777 /var/www. However, people are telling me that this is a bad idea for security reasons. Why shouldn't /var/www have a chmod of
I want to disable ssh clients from accessing using the password and only allow ssh login using SSH keys. How do I disable password authentication for SSH on Linux operating systems? First, you need to setup a normal user account. Next, configure SSH
by Tomas Last Updated November 30, 2017 01:02 AM I would like to make sure it's safe to download software using sudo apt-get install. Are the packages scanned somewhere? Are all packages downloaded using this command virus free? If there is no guaran
Allows Legacy SSH protocol version 1 (has known security issues) Allows direct access to root via password authentication Uses low key strength to secure sessions Allows SSH access to all users Four minor items that should be changed at first boot of
Parent page: Internet and Networking >> SSH Port forwarding via SSH (SSH tunneling) creates a secure connection between a local computer and a remote machine through which services can be relayed. Because the connection is encrypted, SSH tunnel
Inga wrote: Creating an additional hierarchy. And as I've read in other forums, all of this isn't anything new. There's a huge amount of trust required of IT staff - they literally hold the keys to the kingdom
You can look into ulimit -a. On my system (Ubuntu 12. 04), it gives: $ ulimit -acore file size (blocks, -c) unlimiteddata seg size (kbytes, -d) unlimitedscheduling priority (-e) 0file size (blocks, -f) unlimitedpending signals (-i) 29951max locked me
WARNING: CryptKeeper has recently been reported that it has a universal password bug that puts your data at potential risk. This issue may not yet be fixed in Ubuntu, use this solution at your own risk. Relevant bug information links:Upstream bug: ht
I messed up my system earlier, I was greeted with a black screen, when booting in to Ubuntu. When I started up my laptop, I selected the recovery option from the grub menu, and chose fallback at root terminal. I saw that I was able to use the add use
Polkit (formerly PolicyKit) is a component for controlling system-wide privileges in Unix-like operating systems. It provides an organized way for non-privileged processes to communicate with privileged ones. Polkit allows a level of control of centr