Posts Tagged ‘Debian’

[Bitwig] The Platform-Independent DAW Is Out NOW

One of the most promising tools of the last view years – the platform independent DAW Bitwig Studio has eventually been released yesterday. It is available for MacOS, Windows and Linux. Bitwig is a Berlin based company, originally founded by former Ableton developers. The relation to Ableton is something that put the expectations of Bitwig […]

[MultiPlatform] TrueCrypt 6.1 Released

The open source encryption program TrueCrypt 6.1 has been released. It now features: Encrypt a non-system partion without losing existing data (Windows) Support for security tokens and smart cards TrueCrypt bootloader can be configured to not show texts Encrypted Windows system partitions can now be mounted by Linux or MacOS X » Download TrueCrypt 6.1 […]

[Linux] Setting up a LAMP Webserver with Apache, PHP, MySQL on Debian Etch

In our Linux Debian section the following articles have been published during the last weeks: How to secure your Debian server by changing the SSH port number (read tutorial here) How to secure your Debian server by setting up SSH for passwordless login via public- and private-key cryptography (read tutorial here) How to secure your […]

[Linux] Securing a Debian server by Enabling passwordless Login

I. Abstract All of us know, there are lots of bad guys out there just trying to brute force our ssh ports. The following article provides information about the first steps to be performed when setting up a new webserver running Debian Etch. For security reasons we recommend applying these how to’s before proceeding Mandatory: […]

[Linux] Change Standard SSH Ports

“and first for something complete different”: Muzaq… coding or administrating system can’t do without gooood muzaq. Check our latest tunes here :-) Are you also tired of those weird guys, script kiddies and wanna-be-hackers, who are trying to ssh your server on port 22? All those connection attempts cost your server time and in the […]

[Linux] Workaround for SSH buffer error

I. Abstract Some of you may already have experienced the same phenomenon. We wanted to secure one of our servers and disallow any password login. We configured the passwordless login to use ssh and use public-, private-key mode (see here) instead. But after having saved the sshd_config file, we eventually couldn’t reconnect to our Debian […]