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Segment  Linux

External Link  Linux Security External Link   

External Link  Linux Security FAQ

External Link  Hack in the Box

External Link  Net Security

External Link  Computer Security Information Center for Information Technology, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda

External Link  Security Focus

Secure Tunnels

External Link  OpenSSH SSH protocol suite of network connectivity tools

External Link  Linux FreeSWAN build secure tunnels through untrusted networks

External Link  Stunnel - Universal SSL Wrapper allows you to encrypt arbitrary TCP connections inside SSL

External Link  sslwrap sits over any simple TCP service such as POP3, IMAP, SMTP, and encrypts all of the data on the connection using TLS/SSL.

External Link  VPNC - Virtual Private Network Consortium

Secure Messages

External Link  The GNU Privacy Guard

Vulnerability Assessment/ Security Auditing / Security Scanning

External Link  Nmap open source utility for network exploration or security auditing (stealth port scanning, OS detection) External Link   

External Link  Nessus remote Security Scanner

External Link  SAINT - Security Administrator's Integrated Network Tool Vulnerability Assessment Tool (an updated and enhanced version of SATAN)

External Link  NetSaint Network Monitor (network administration tool)

External Link  ngrep Network Grep

Intrusion Detection

External Link  Snort Open Source Intrusion Detection System

External Link  Snare - System iNtrusion Analysis & Reporting Environment IDS

Proxy Server

External Link  Squid Web Proxy Cache

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