securing a fedora 12 pc on a lan
lan.mike88 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 27 17:49:13 UTC 2010
On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 6:38 PM, Steve Searle <steve at stevesearle.com> wrote:
> Around 06:32pm on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 (UK time), mike lan scrawled:
> > I've installed a Fedora 12 kde live cd on a local area network, that I
> > to keep safe from hacking
> > ( specially from network admin. !!)
> > Is a default fedora 12 install secure enough ?
> > or do i still take some measures to secure the pc ?
> It sounds like you are doing something that is probably contrary to your
> employers IT policy, but if you are concerned then unplug the network
> > I need also to monitor scans or probes to the pc
> Modify the firewall configuration.
how do I modify firewall config? I'm not good in iptables
what about ipv6 ?
the fact is I don't like being spied on my desktop ,
this means there is no fast way to secure a fedora 12 pc ?
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