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Default Can I use this link for hardening FreeBSD 7

Can I use this link for Hardening FreeBSD* 7 ???

http://www.bsdguides.org/guides/free...ity/harden.php

this article updated in 2005
and right now I use FreeBSD 7

which part I must do not use ???
I think some of these sections are enable by Default in FreeBSD 7

I would be grateful if someone good link for hardening FreeBSD 7
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IIRC, just about everything in that guide can be used with FreeBSD 7. That's the guide that I start with during a server build.

Now, for the usual jargon - Remember, security is a process, and not a product. It takes constant vigilance and attention to be sure your system is secure.
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