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RE: Things you do to help secure your OS? - rain1 - 19-04-2016

The biggest thing I do for security reasons is never allow ssh with password logins. Always a key file. It is basically impossible to brute force a key file.

I've been reading about mitigation recently and how ideas from projects like grsecurity can reduce the impact of exploits. Also techniques to isolate processes like chroots, containers, jails.