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    [ubuntu] Re: CAVL: a proactive solution for Ubuntu

    No need running all the time antivirus for occasionally Windows scans. For that purposes are Antivirus CD's. I cant believe - you disassemble computer just for Comodo virus scan! So horror stories -...
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    [ubuntu] Re: CAVL: a proactive solution for Ubuntu

    For antivirus addicts there is free and open source antivirus - ClamAV antivirus. And please explain - if Comodo antivirus lets viruses when running in Windows, how it detects when in Ubuntu?

    As...
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    [ubuntu] Re: CAVL: a proactive solution for Ubuntu

    Yeah, but for advertising open source antivirus one get no money and, without Comodo, NSA gets no backdoor in Ubuntu ;-)
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    Re: Ubuntu's opportunity

    Adobe is one of the worst software racists and big Microsoft ally. No reason to be Linux friendly...
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    [ubuntu] Re: anti malware programs for linux

    Well most what OP cares seems to be antivirus.

    This not gonna work. Recommendations? Linux and Canonical developers did most of work securing Ubuntu. So one needs to be very knowledgeable not to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: anti malware programs for linux

    Comodo is ONE company, not two. Both areas indeed are directly related to computer security.

    I see you are big antivirus = security proponent. That's fine.
    You just missed point this is Ubuntu...
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    [ubuntu] Re: anti malware programs for linux

    "Great" choice - isn't Comodo a company, who repeatedly issued certificates to known malware?
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    [ubuntu] Re: anti malware programs for linux

    Why to copy Windows failure?

    Not to mention, that result is installation of third party, closed source antivirus with god rights.

    And don't forget fake alerts on "viruses" ( like game cracks...
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    Re: Rammit malware affects Steam users

    Not Ubuntu security related.

    Please move to *Other OS*.
  10. Re: SSH Security -- Someone is brute forcing me

    You doing it right ( key only authorization ), no need additional tweaks ( except for fun and cleaner logs ).

    However things may differ for Apache Tomcat.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Randomizing ports for services

    Kevdog's advice is what you need. Still *less noise* related than security.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Randomizing ports for services

    And how you will connect to service with unknown port? by guessing?

    And for what purposes?
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    [lubuntu] Re: Possible virus problem

    Bad virus, bad! I hope OP didn't got virus himself... :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxyRLECpp5Q
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    [lubuntu] Re: Possible virus problem

    I'm curious - why virus? Especially when viruses in Ubuntu are very rare if any?
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    Re: Paranoia dual-boot question

    Source? - BSDs are open source like Linux - finding backdoor is simple ;-)

    Sadly there are few BSD offending sites. Me wonders if Dr.SmallAndSoft is indirectly involved. Divide and conquer!

    And...
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    Re: Paranoia dual-boot question

    Care to explain? because sometimes I see "OpenBSD not affected" or "Fixed months ago" when talking about vulnerabilities.
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    Re: Paranoia dual-boot question

    All DEFAULT install packages are audited ( it includes Apache, Bind, Sendmail and few others ). Other packages and ports - may be audited. Install ( and configuration ) is really easy and quick....
  18. Re: Ubuntu 12.04 Antivirus & Firewall Do i need them!

    Well, so far the best answer about antivirus generally is :eek: Johns McAfee
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    Re: Are there any viruses for ubuntu?

    Nobody knows because Linux users religiously follow five seconds rule.
    Poor viruses doesn't survive under such circumstances.
  20. [xubuntu] Re: Running Ubuntu on desktop. Do I need firewall or anti-virus software?

    Linux way is white-listing.
    No sane, educated, person trust any antivirus company, who proved many times to be incompetent and malicious ( naming as viruses benign illegal content ).

    Learn about...
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    Re: Ubuntu phone OS

    Im not argue about RF waves...

    Idea is to have mini computer with me even if there's (temporary or permanently) no need for phone functions. And if it saves battery too - why not?
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    Re: Ubuntu phone OS

    It would be great having hardware switches to turn off phone modem and wireless.
    It will work longer ( on battery ) and can be used by kids with no fear of big bill or possible radiation risk.
  23. Re: Open Discussion on Users against Banshee in 11.04

    NO banshee, because of Mono.
    I don't get this Mono thing- Microsoft allowed using their crap for free, thus making Linux stronger competitor. Looks weird at least.

    Go banshee go to a Windows...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Some firewall ports were detected as being closed

    http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~peterb/network/drop-vs-reject


    "Conclusion
    DROP offers no effective barrier to hostile forces but can dramatically slow down applications run by legitimate...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Will sophos be releasing a anti virus for linux?

    Its really weird - no viruses in Linux, but companys waste money creating free antiviruses. Why?
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