Squid Bridge HTTP proxy with caching and content filtering on a bridgeNov 01, 2006
Caching proxies remember web pages and serve them up locally, saving both money and time. The most intelligent members of this family also remove dangerous content and provide transparent bridging.more »
Rootkits and Linux Security Kernel 2.6 rootkits and the quest for Linux securityAug 01, 2006
Your Linux system may not be so airtight after all. To understand the threats, you need to think like an intruder. We'll show you what the intruders are thinking now about the Linux 2.6 kernel.more »
Amavisd-new Filtering spam and viruses at the mail server with Amavisd-newJan 01, 2006
Sometimes the best time to stop bad mail is before it arrives. AmavisdNew is an Open Source interface for integrating spam and virus filtering with your mail server.more »
KlamAV KlamAV brings Clam Anti-Virus to your KDE desktopJan 01, 2006
Linux may not be as virus-ready as Windows, but who wants to harbor pointless malware? Now you can hunt for viruses with KDE's KlamAV, a desktop front-end for the ClamAV Open Source virus protection system.more »
Virus Checkers Virus protection tools for the Linux environmentJan 01, 2006
So you want a virus checker? We’ll show you what we found when we toured some of the top scanners for the Linux environment.more »
Viruses in Linux The ways of viruses in LinuxJan 01, 2006
Some say an attack is looming, and others say we don’t have to worry. What’s the real story on viruses in Linux?more »
Web Filters Privoxy and Webcleaner content filtersOct 01, 2005
Content filters protect a web user’s privacy and keep the flood of unsolicited advertising at bay. We’ll show you a pair of popular Open Source content filters.more »
SpamAssassin A Home-Grown Spam FilterMar 01, 2005
Even if you do not have a mail server of your own, SpamAssassin can help you filter out unsolicited junk mail. This article describes how SpamAssassin collaborates with Evolution and KMail. Thunderbird, on the other hand, has its own simple spam-detection feature.more »
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