I have yet to see a real live Linux based virus.I've read about them, I've heard about them in security lectures, but actually seen one - nope, never.It's far... [by vonskippy]
I remember when virus scanning was as simple as running an executable from the trusty DOS Shell in between playing rounds of Duke Nukem. Now, detecting vulnerabilities involves not only massively greater numbers of devices and data, but also the flexibility to react in real time as threats shift.
i am thinking of using linux live usb for security Reasons
1. with Version is the best for internet banking
2.how do i make shre that it will not write anything on my internal hd
3.how do i now that my live usb will stay clean of virus and keyloggers
is there any security issues i need to now when using live usb
Sorry if the answers to this question are obvious, but I'm very new to Linux, so please don't assume I know anything, whoever basic or commonplace about Linux and it's programs.
What I'm wondering is, what security software should I be running on Linux, please? On Windows I use Avast! Anti-virus, Malwarebytes Anti-malware, and Zone Alarm (a firewall), and all are very good (and free!).
What’s a live CD? It’s an entire operating system, on a CD.
This manual will list many of the things you can accomplish with a live CD, from data recovery to virus removal to trying out cool operating systems. There are two ways you can use this manual.
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Network Security Toolkit, a bootable ISO live CD based on Fedora Linux, designed to provide easy access to best-of-breed Open Source Network Security Applications that should run on most x86 platforms, is now at version 20-5663. The distribution is based on the Fedora 20 operating system, which has ... (read more)