Security criteria

Tobias Lang phobia at gmx.at
Mon Jan 5 13:45:25 PST 2004


Whats about using crypted filesystems, like loop-aes?
Hardening a system should not only focus on hardening
remote and local "hacks" but also in a worst-case scenario
with full physical access to the server. 
A hardend system should IMO also be resistant to somebody
how can plug the harddisks in his own computer!

Hope, i didn't fail a thread where somebody has already
suggested something like that!

Tobi

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