Security Privacy, Big Brother, Linux Distros.
- From: Tyler <xxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 16:52:51 -0600
Does anybody know if there are any distros out there that send
information to there servers about items like recent documents and the
likes which you would not want they knowing about.
Does anybody know how to encrypt logs? or some other ways of protecting
them against hackers so then so you can keep hackers from deleting their
presence from the logs.
Is there any apps out there or ways that can detect key logging? I know
of heartbeat that can detect key logging and I think that NSA's Security
Enhanced linux seams to work like some alternative ms windows firewalls
for example it has predefine policies for what applications can do and
not do like Comodo firewall.
Is Security Enhanced linux really that great to use? Does any body know
if the NSA put some kind of a tracking application within Selinux if so
is there a way of blocking it?
does anybody know of any more websites? like freeworld.thc.org,
insecure.org, and http://packetstormsecurity.org/