Securing your NetBSD system
[ I vaguely recall a similar thread on the old forum... ]
NetBSD obviously offers a lot of the fundamental security advantages that many *nix systems provide. At the base system level we have the benefit of an advanced, well tested OS.
The manpages for security(8) are illuminating, but I wonder if there aren't further tips (sysctl MIBs? other configuration/hardening ideas?) specific to NetBSD that could help secure a system.
Is anyone using Veriexec, or any of the other NetBSD exploit mitigation tools? How about other NetBSD OS-level security tools or resources you would like to share?
Kill your t.v.
Last edited by anomie; 18th May 2008 at 02:24 AM.
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