Lynda - Linux Foundation Cert Prep - Network Security (Ubuntu)

Lynda - Linux Foundation Cert Prep - Network Security (Ubuntu)

Language English
Total size 124.7 MB


Instructor : Scott Simpson
Duration : 43m 46s
Released : 4/6/2018
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... About This Course ...

If you're tasked with managing services on a network, it's important that you have a solid foundation in security services. In this course, Scott Simpson covers crucial network security concepts and techniques—topics that can also prepare you for the network security section of the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exam. Scott goes over how ports and firewalls work, explaining how to use the Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) and iptables. He also shows how to enable secure communication on your web server, read log files to look for problems, and secure the Secure Shell (SSH).
Topics include:
Name the tool that is often used to find out what ports are open on a remote server.
Explain what a firewall will do without any additional configuration.
Identify what you append a rule to in iptables.
Explain what needs to be added to a site to allow the use of HTTPS.
List the two components of a keypair.
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