Fedora 13 Security Guide
The official "Fedora 13 Security Guide" is designed to assist users of Fedora, a Linux distribution built on free and open source software, in learning the processes and practices of securing workstations and servers against local and remote intrusion, exploitation, and malicious activity.
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