CrowdSec – Open Source Security Automation Tool
CrowdSec is a massively multiplayer firewall designed to protect Linux servers, services, containers, or virtual machines exposed on the internet with a server-side agent. It was inspired by Fail2Ban and aims to be a modernized, collaborative version of that intrusion-prevention tool. CrowdSec is free and…
NMap – A Basic Security Audit of Exposed Ports and Services
Learn how to use NMap to do basic scans for open ports. Use additional NMap vulnerability scanning scripts for important security audits.
3 Privacy & Security Focused Linux Distributions to Try in 2020
3 Linux based operating systems to help preserve your online anonymity, privacy and security. 3 operating systems with 3 different approaches to security.
Brute Force Attacks – Pen Testing Using Hydra and RSMangler
How to use Hyrdra and RSMangler to launch a brute force attack. Penetration testing professionals use these tools for cybersecurity evaluation of a system.
Sort Command – Sort Text / Output on the Linux Command Line
From sorting log file entries to viewing directories ordered by size, the sort command is certainly among the GNU Core Utilities most versatile members. For professional admins and home users alike, sort is a daily tool. This article will examine some common options and use-cases…