A short film highlighting the risk of fraud on social media shows how much personal information can be obtained about a person each time they like a Facebook page. People in the street were asked to ‘like’ a coffee shop’s Facebook page in exchange for a free coffee and croissant. As the customer waited for their drink, a team of background researchers searched across public websites to find out as much personal information about the person as possible within three minutes.
Today we will walk through iptables and firewalld and we will learn about the history of these two along with installation & how we can configure these for our Linux distributions. Let’s begin wihtout wasting further more time.
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We are now in the 21st century, but it is a bit astonishing how people still believe that Linux and Linux-based operating systems are virus-free and completely secure. Maybe “Security systems” and “Linux” are words which you may see them together.
Disaster Recovery can be defined as set of procedures and policies that enable the continuation or recovery of vital technology systems and infrastructure following natural or also human-induced disaster.
A tiny first aid kit sounds like a great addition to your backpack, your purse, or your trail-running fanny pack—until your imagination fails you, and you end up with a pocket full of band-aids. Read more...
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