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Old 24th October 2010
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Hello all...

(Assume I am a noob, because I am one!)

(Please Note! This is my first day w/ *BSD )

So.. I've managed to get OpenBSD running w/ two of my favorite desktops running earlier today.. but now...

I don't really know what to do to secure my box! should I like use tools like tripwire, chkrootkit/rkhunter, sectool, snort...ect (the BSD-native versions of course) ? all I wish for now is a snapshot of my initial install, as well the two rootkit hunters.

help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
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