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Postfix Hardening Guide for Security and Privacy

Learn how to secure the configuration of Postfix with this guide, and increase both security and privacy.

Summary of Postfix Hardening Guide for Security and Privacy

Postfix is a common software component on servers for receiving or sending email. It has a lot of configuration options available, including those to improve your Postfix security. This Postfix security and privacy guide will help with hardening your Postfix configuration. After you are finished, your system will have improved defenses against spam, abuse, and leaking sensitive data. Why Postfix hardening? Every service that is connected to the internet is sooner or later to be abused by automated scripts.

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Privacy Policy

Learn more about our promises when it comes to privacy in this privacy policy.

Summary of Privacy Policy

Privacy is important, so we limit the amount of information we collect. We stripped most of the external services that we used in the past. What we still use and why: Log file to store and process requests (e.g. abuse of our resources) No longer using Technology Rationale Analytics (e.g. Google Analytics) We don’t want to store sensitive information if not needed, especially not at an external party Cookies This website does not process details, nor has any session

The real purpose of login banners (on Linux)

We are used seeing login banners everywhere. What is the point of them, and why would they be useful? The answer is more surprising than you expected.

Summary of The real purpose of login banners (on Linux)

Login banners on Linux The first thing you might see when connecting to a Linux machine, is a login banner. Some systems use the default, others have put some serious work into it. Think of great forms of ASCII art, or a lot of impressive text. You might be surprised to learn the real reasons for having a banner in the first place. In this article we will discuss the purpose, and determine how we can improve the quality of our login banners.

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