Category: Security

Change FTP Port in Linux 1

How to Change FTP Port in Linux

FTP or File Transfer Protocol is one of the oldest network protocol used today as standard file transfers over computer networks. FTP protocol uses the standard port 21/TCP as command port. Although, there are...

Enable or Disable SELinux Boolean Values 0

How to Enable or Disable SELinux Boolean Values

Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is a security mechanism for mandatory access control (MAC) implemented in the Linux kernel. It is a flexible operation designed to boost overall system security: it enables access controls imposed using...