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packetfence

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Networkingpacketfence provides interior worm mitigation and policy enforcement capabilities. Open source solution.
 
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Mail - beating the address ban

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NetworkingFrom Linux, Unix, /etc/ comes the article Beating the IP Address Ban. It shows you a few ways to improve your mail setup in this age of misconfigured and non-working spamstoppers.
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20 ways to secure your Apache configuration

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Networking"20 ways to Secure your Apache Configuration" via Rootprompt.
 
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FreeNAS

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NetworkingFreeNAS is the free NAS server. It is a free implementation of a minimal FreeBSD distribution that provide NAS (Network-Attached Storage) services, supporting: CIFS (samba) , FTP, NFS protocols, with a Full WEB configuration interface. FreeNAS can be install on Compact Flash, hard drive and USB pen. The minimal FreeBSD distribution, Web interface,PHP scripts and documentations are based on M0n0wall.
 
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Linksys boxes without Linux

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NetworkingAccording to this article (from hw.no, only in Norwegian), Linksys is removing Linux on some wireless routers in order to save memory, and thereby cutting costs. Fortunately, you can still find the models with Linux inside, you will just ahve to look for the right model number. For example, the new WRT54G with Linux inside is called WRT54GL. If you just get the version without the 'L', check if it has version number 5 on the underside - then it is the non Linux version.
 
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