innd sercurity

innd sercurity

Post by David Bir » Thu, 13 Jun 1996 04:00:00

Is there a way of setting up innd so that reading and posting is
logon/passwd secured? Using nnrp (in innd) I only found that you
can secure reading only through ip/host names, and that you can
secure posting by logon/passwd on top of that. But, I want to
allow reading and posting only on logon/passwd verification...

Any ideas?

           David Bird            /   -)
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1. Sercurity question

Hi everyone,
I suspect that someone might be trying to hack into my system as root,
is there a way to keep a log of invaild attempts, the dates and times
and if someone managed to hack in is there a way to keep a log file of
everything that was done? I have an E250 run under os 2.6.
Dean Harper

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