5 Security Tools You Should Have on Linux

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From the start, Linux is already quite secure, especially when compared to other operating systems such as macOS or Windows. Even so, it’s good to build on that, starting with these tools. 1. Firewall Management: Gufw By default, Linux comes with a firewall tool called iptables. However, since it’s quite hard to use, people mostly use front-ends to it, Gufw firewall being a popular choice. It’s actually a front-end to the Uncomplicated Firewall, which itself is based on iptables. A firewall (there are many reasons to use one) is responsible for watching what comes and goes through your computer’s network. The…

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