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© July 2004 Tony Lawrence

Bastille is a security hardening script - it asks questions like

Would you like to disable SUID status for at?

and you answer. The defaults are of course the recommended course for high security.

Bastille runs mostly on Linux, though there is now a Mac OS X version that I haven't looked at yet. See Bastille Linux: A Walkthrough.

Too bad they don't have it for Microsoft, right?

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Inexpensive and informative Apple related e-books:

Digital Sharing Crash Course

Take Control of Apple Mail, Third Edition

Take Control of High Sierra

Take Control of iCloud, Fifth Edition

Take Control of Numbers

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---July 10, 2004

Actually I do think they have it for windows. And it's much simplier. I don't remember exactly what it was called, but I remember the batch script's contents: "format c:"


---July 10, 2004

Good one :-)



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