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Using Yum Plugin Security to verify Red Hat updates

Identify Common Red Hat Vulnerabilities and Exposures Red Hat Security Advisory (RHSA) RHSAs contain one or more security fixes and might also contain bug or enhancements fixes. RHSAs are generally considered the most important type of errata for many organizations. RHSAs are ranked using a severity rating of Low, Moderate, Important, or Critical based on […]

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Understanding Chroot Jails

Understanding Chroot Jails is easy, first we need to understand the jailing process and then how to create a jail environment on our Linux system. Understanding Chroot Jails Secure environment using chroot jails Limit resources access using chroot, it is possible to limit access to files on our system. When crating a chroot jail only […]

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Solution Red Hat Subscription Manager 2020

Learn how to activate and configure repositories using the Red Hat Subscription Manager command line. Manage all your infrastructure licenses… Register Red Hat Subscription Remove Red Hat Subscription Regenerating identity certificates List all available repos for the system subscription-manager repos –list Disabling the Subscription Manager repository If you are on a Lab environment and you […]

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Solution RedHat 8 hostnamectl Command

Learn how to define your system hostname on Red Hat 8 locally or remotely. Use pretty names on your system… Redhat 8 hostnamectl Command – All system must have a hostname defined in order to be identified on the network. On Red Hat 8 we use hostnamctl command to define the system hostname, this command […]

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SquidProxies: Definitive Guide Squid Proxy Service

SquidProxies is a web proxy and cache delivery system! Squid can be configured as a transparent proxy Install Red Hat Squid Proxy Secure Squid Service Squid is a service and all access to a service on Operating System must be checked and secured. First we need to think what users or groups will have access […]

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Libreswan IPSec Host-To-Host with RSA Keys

Learn how to configure Libreswan IPSec tunnels on Red Hat 8 System using RSA Keys to secure the communications between… Libreswan IPSec on Red Hat Today on this tutorial I will show how to configure Libreswan IPSec Host to Host connection between two Red Hat Hosts using RSA Keys with 4096 bits of encryption. The […]

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