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Securing Linux Servers

Course Summary

Linux is widely used to host critical services in Internet-facing settings. This course will show you how to take control of your servers, assess their vulnerability, and significantly reduce their attack surface by hardening the system.


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    Course Syllabus

    Course Overview
    - 1m 38s

    —Course Overview 1m 38s
    Taking Control of Your Servers
    - 40m 30s

    —Some General Observations About Security 6m 10s
    —Rescuing a System from a Lost Root Password 10m 37s
    —Setting a Boot Loader Password 9m 35s
    —Secure Shell Authentication 5m 13s
    —Setting up Key-based SSH Authentication 7m 55s
    —Module Summary 0m 58s
    Assessing the Vulnerability of Linux Servers
    - 50m 45s
    Hardening the Server
    - 37m 7s
    Taming the root Account
    - 47m 10s
    Controlling Access to Services
    - 40m 37s
    Looking for Suspicious Activity
    - 46m 13s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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