The National Security Agency (NSA) has published a document outlining ‘Best Practices for Keeping Your Home Network Secure’ - are you following the NSA’s best practice advice?
Of all the many winning advantages Linux has in its favor, security is surely one of the more widely known examples. Why else, indeed, would we see security experts in mainstream publications recommending it over Windows for online banking purposes?
It’s not the fact that we are all being tracked that scares one, it’s the various ways and methods that the tracking is being done that makes the head spin.
The latest information published by the Washington Post, based on documents revealed by Edward Snowden, shows that if you use a cellphone anywhere on planet Earth, the National Security Agency (NSA) knows where you are.
Forgive me if this has been repeated, I searched all over and couldn't find an answer. Does anyone know Linux best practices when it comes to network shares, specifically the shared folder path? For the most part I have been sharing out of my home directory, but that doesn't seem right. Should I make a /shares folder?