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Could anyone explain what someone means when they say they run a hardened secure kernel? Have they bought a special distro of linux? or are all kernel's hardened anyway? or have they simply turned something on?
There are secure versions of Linux just like there is an enterprise version of Apache.
See http://www.linux-sec.net/ for more information on system hardening.
Peter M. Abraham
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