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Welcome to The Linux Page


Fox Trot by Bill Amend. Click to enlarge.
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This site is a collection of my own work with Linux. Certain things are easy, others take time to decipher and if I ever need to repeat the work (which usually happens!), then I need to remember everything by memory or... have a site with all the steps taken and to take again.

The following are my most recent posts:

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  • vsftpd

    Very Secure File Transfer Protocol Daemon, an FTP server that allows people to transfer data between computers. It is marked as very secure, at least it is as secure as an FTP server can be (although there has been several security advisories for this tool...)

    Remember that an FTP transfer is rarely using an encrypted pipe (it is possible to use kerberos and SSL to really secure the data transmission) and also because it uses a data stream opened dynamically, it is possible for hackers to spoof a data connection.