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Content related to computer security., i.e. content about policies, mechanisms, etc. needed make sure data is not leaked or corrupted and services available in all circumstances.

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I prefer Warren's solution (AIDE), but if you really want to watch your system, using something like CFEngine or a derivative (Puppet, Chef, saltstack, whatever) to manage the entire contents of your …
answered Oct 6 '13 by dannysauer
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How to ask for a password? print $prompt read $response If you want to know how to authenticate your users, ideally you'd write your program as being pam-aware, following one of the pam developer g …
answered Feb 25 '14 by dannysauer
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Changing the user's shell only "definitely" changes what gets executed if they attempt to log in and start a shell. It does not by itself invalidate access. So, someone might be able to run ssh host …
answered Feb 25 '14 by dannysauer
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Enable the "check memory on boot" option in your BIOS, which will go through and write then read to all of the memory in order to check that it's working, clearing it at the same time. If you're also …
answered Apr 16 '14 by dannysauer
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su requires sharing a password. I prefer sudo. So, developers would run either sudo -u app command to run command as app, or run sudo -u app -i to start an interactive shell as app. Possibly sudo - …
answered Oct 6 '13 by dannysauer