security settings

Generally, I recommend using gconf-editor ~ a tool used for editing the GConf configuration database (Gnome settings). You can always edit configuration files. Many new Linux users find it difficult to use both gconf-editor and text files. To make your life easier and to save time try out new Ubuntu Tweak software. It is designed […]


How do you find out that somebody has accessed your system and changed your configuration or security settings? How do you verify file content? There is no simple answer to these questions. Personally, I use specialized tool such as tripwire and combination of perl / shell script, UNIX command line utilities. Examine methods of storing […]