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Linux Foundation's security checklist can help sysadmins harden workstations

Lucian Constantin | Sept. 1, 2015
The group has published a new list of recommendations that range from moderate to paranoid.

"Security is just like driving on the highway -- anyone going slower than you is an idiot, while anyone driving faster than you is a crazy person," Ryabitsev said in the document's introduction. "These guidelines are merely a basic set of core safety rules that is neither exhaustive, nor a replacement for experience, vigilance, and common sense."

 

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