New Linux site looking for security tips

New Linux site looking for security tips

Post by battery.. » Fri, 17 Sep 1999 04:00:00

        I am part of a new Linux site called Linuxfeed(
I am curious about security issues.  We are probably going to update the
page through a script which is held on a secure page which needs
passwords to access.  Although, someone was saying that is less secure
than giving people the FTP password and letting them manually update it.
Is it?
        Other than that, does anyone have any other security suggesitons?
        We are running Red Hat Linux with qmail and apache.  If you may,
don't turn this into a Linux v. BSD war or something ;)

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