Configure the time zone (TZ) on Linux systems

Linux Time Zone Configuration Having the right time set on a Linux system is important for the synchronization of data, forensics, and troubleshooting. Having the right time zone is the next step. We will have a look on how to check andĀ configure the time zone on Linux systems. See current time zone Most new Linux distributions use systemd now. By using the timedatectl command we can quickly see the existing time information, including the time zone. timedatectl For Linux, there […]

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tlsdate: The Secure Alternative for ntpd, ntpdate and rdate

tlsdate The Secure Alternative for ntpd, ntpdate and rdate The common protocol to synchronize the time, is named Network Time Protocol, or NTP. While this protocol works great for synchronizing systems to one or more multiple time sources, it is not always easy to set-up. One alternative is using tlsdate, a secure replacement to keep your systems in sync. About the Project The software is written in 2012 by Jacob Appelbaum and can be found at GitHub: tlsdate. With the […]

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