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Resetting MySQL Root Password

DamianMyerscough

September 19, 2008 7:42 am

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Damian Myerscough shares a tip on how to reset the root password of a MySQL server.

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Linux Command Line II

DamianMyerscough

August 29, 2008 1:15 pm

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In part two of “Linux Command Line” we are going to look at managing SUSE Linux Enterprise from the command line. This article is aimed at novice users of SUSE Linux Enterprise. We will cover some more basic commands such as setting symbolic links (hard and soft), compressing files, setting BASH aliases and much more.

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Network Traffic Monitoring

DamianMyerscough

July 25, 2008 11:30 am

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Here’s a tip from Damian Myerscough on how to use vnStat to monitor your daily network traffic.

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Port Scan Detection

DamianMyerscough

June 6, 2008 1:48 pm

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In this article we are going to look at detecting and defending against port scans using the ‘PortSentry’ utility. The ‘PortSentry’ utility is capable of detecting stealth scans such as; FIN, NULL, XMAS and many others.

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NFS – Network File System

DamianMyerscough

May 6, 2008 12:17 pm

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In this article we are going to look at setting up and configuring an NFS (Network File System) server to export part of the servers file system. We will also look at configuring a NFS client which will mount the file system remotely on the network and allow users to write their data to this file system.

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Apache Web Server I

DamianMyerscough

April 29, 2008 12:55 pm

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In this article we are going to look at configuring the Apache web server for; name based virtual hosting, IP (Internet Protocol) based virtual hosting, and access control lists.

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Tightening MySQL Security

DamianMyerscough

February 27, 2008 3:15 am

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In this article we are going to look at tightening security within the MySQL daemon. We will look at creating new users and setting limits on there account such as; how many connections they are allowed, the number of SQL (Structured Query Language) statements they can execute per hour and many others.

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