Category:Unix security software
Here is a list of articles in the category Unix security software of the Software portal. Unixes have a multi-tier security that permits user root any system-wide changes. Regular users can be limited: where they can save files, what hardware they can access, their memory usage, applications, disk usage (quota), and the range of priority settings they can apply, can all be specified to provide sufficient freedoms. If necessary they must become root. (See su or sudo). There are also group accounts management, and file and directory permissions.
Unix security software examples include for:
- Authentication modules, PAM and OPIE;
- System logging, Syslog;
- Network services, TCP wrappers, port mappers, and xinetd;
- The shell, ssh (see also openssh), AutoSSH.
- Security auditing, WZSysGuard, Crack, Tiger and Tripwire;
- Cryptographic software, TCFS;
- Privilege delegation, CaclMgr, sudo;
- Packet filtering, pf.
This category has only the following subcategory.
Pages in category "Unix security software"
The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.