Contributed by jose on from the onlamp-and-devworks dept.
The first two are from the Big Scary Daemon column on BSD. These articles discuss the use of groups to achieve security. By using this approach, multiple read and write groups can be created, allowing for controlled access to files. The second is a sudo tutorial . The sudo tool allows for controlled escalated priviledge use for multiple users.
Lastly, the IBM DeveloperWorks site has a nice article on web server security . Noting the number of httpd and SSL security issues lately, this one is worth a good read.
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