How to configure SELinux to allowing KVM/QEMU to use NFS on RHEL6.
I see people asking “How do I prevent a DOS” on just about every kind of server/network Q&A site. And as expected, people post links to all kinds of scripts/applications/module/rules/etc. How do you plan to prevent something you are not in control of? There is no DOS switch you can just turn off. As the […]
The Internet Systems Consortium is reporting a vulnerability in the Bind DNS server software that can allow an attacker to crash a Bind installation if it is the master for a domain. The attack involves sending a particularly formatted request to the master DNS server of the domain. ISC has released patched versions of Bind […]
After reading and hearing about OSSEC I decided to give it a try. The installation process is a simple untar, run install.sh process. You are asked a couple of questions (enable yes/no, email address, etc) and that’s it. This time around, I installed OSSEC 2.0 on an up to date CentOS 5.2 x86_64 installation. One […]