Last Year of BSD SecurityRelease Date: 2012-08
We would like to present you The Last Year of BSD Security. We collected here the best security articles, published in BSD Magazine since May 2011 till September 2012. We consider the topic as well important as interesting in its necessity and practical approach it requires. Further, we hope that you will just enjoy this issue.
This is the second and the last special issue, which we prepared for sell, so the income from it could support BSD Magazine. You can get it on: http://stackmag.org
Last Year of BSD Security
Configuring a FreeBSD Stealth Logging Server
Hardening BSD with Security Levels
Puppet on FreeBSD
Taming the Blowfish with a Dog
Equip Your CA with HSM for <50 Euros
freebsdupdate as Intrusion Detection System
Building a Complete Intrusion Detection System with Snorby on BSD
NetBSD Intrusion Detection Server
FreeBSD IPS with Snort Inline
A Beginner’s Guide to PF
NAXSI A Web Application Firewall for Nginx
Fighting DDoS Attacks with PF
Protecting Apache from DoS and DDos Attacks
Protect Dynamic Websites Using Apache, php, MySQL and ModeSecurity
Home Brew Captive Portal with OpenBSD
A Fresh Look at the Warden for PC-BSD 9.1
Using Qjail to Set up the basejail
Full Disk Encryption on FreeBSD
Data Classification Policy
Synchronization Problems or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Sleep Mutex
Introduction to DTrace
GDB and Truss for Debugging
Anatomy of FreeBSD Compromise
Hardening FreeBSD with TrustedBSD and Mandatory Access Controls (MAC)
Why Should I Become BSDA Certified?
How Do I Study for the BSDA Certification?
Taking the BSDA Certification Exam.