Re: Locating Linux security tools
- From: Michael Heiming <michael+USENET@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2006 21:05:16 +0200
In comp.os.linux.security Stachu 'Dozzie' K. <dozzie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
On 21.07.2006, ISStudent <sockangel@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Quote text you're replying. Give some context. It's not Google's forum
Good idea, to the OP:
Since you might be new to usenet, this is *NOT* a groups.google
forum, even if it looks like this to you, please quote context:
"Google Groups users please read - Howto reply properly"
I know that many distros have some tools built into them. I was
looking for one that may be a little more comprehensive, rather than
having to download and install many tools on my own.
And you'll be switching distros back and forth each time you find new
tool, right? It's not Windows. You can _customize_ your system instead
of _changing_ if it doesn't fit you.
Perhaps he doesn't want to install linux at all?
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If I can save
myself sometime with a distro that has most and is not too difficult to
use, it would be helpful.
#define "not too difficult"
Is Debian difficult? Or maybe Slackware?
Perhaps it has to be like doze?
Michael Heiming (X-PGP-Sig > GPG-Key ID: EDD27B94)
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manager's favourite CD
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