A Guided Tour of EnGarde Secure Linux


Table of Contents
1. Getting Started with EnGarde Secure Linux
1.1. The Basics
1.2. What You'll Need
2. Key Features and Benefits
3. Installing EnGarde Secure Linux
3.1. Secure Out-Of-The Box
3.2. Installation Overview
3.3. The EnGarde LiveCD Environment
3.4. Hard Disk Installation
4. Initial Configuration using Guardian Digital WebTool
4.1. Logging In To EnGarde Secure Linux
4.2. Passwords and Trusted Hosts
4.3. Guardian Digital Secure Network Configuration
4.4. Locale and Time Setup
4.5. Service Configuration
4.6. System Summary and Reboot
5. Secure Administration Using Guardian Digital WebTool
5.1. WebTool Navigation
5.2. Controlling Access by IP Address
5.3. Configuring Services
6. Setting Up EnGarde Services
6.1. Setting up a Web Server
6.2. Setting up a Mail Server
6.3. Setting up an FTP Server
6.4. Setting up DNS Services
6.5. Summary
7. Consistent Security and the Guardian Digital Secure Network
8. Layered Security Using Enterprise-Class Open Source Tools
8.1. SELinux and Mandatory Access Control
8.2. Network and Host Intrusion Detection
8.3. Firewall Protection
8.4. Configuring EnGarde's Defenses-in-Depth
9. EnGarde Security the Guardian Digital Way
9.1. Guardian Digital, Inc.
9.2. Additional Resources
List of Figures
4-1. Passwords And Access Control
4-2. Guardian Digital Secure Network Configuration
4-3. Locale and Time Setup
4-4. Service Configuration
5-1. WebTool Navigation
5-2. Access Control
5-3. Service Configuration
6-1. Create New Virtual Host
6-2. Current Virtual Hosts
6-3. Create/Renew SSL Certificate
6-4. Virtual Mail Domain Management
6-5. Edit Virtual Mail Domain
6-6. FTP Server Configuration
6-7. Create Master Zone
7-1. GDSN Package Management
8-1. SELinux Control Console