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Securing Small Networks with OpenBSD: Part 8

Contributed by Dengue on from the ONLAMP dept. writes :
"In part 6 and part 7, Onlamp's Jacek Artymiak taught us how to send logs over an ssh connection and how to make that connection more secure. We also did some math to find out how much storage space we'll need to keep old logs for analysis. Today we need to roll up our sleeves again, and do some coding in Perl, because the pflog fifo pipe created on the monitoring station's hard disk in part 6 is a bit like an oil well, gushing with black stuff that needs some additional piping to turn it into an orderly flow.

Read all this and more in Part 8 of Onlamp's article . "

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