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The keypair is now available for use. To generate a copy of your public key for your correspondents and colleagues to use, you need to extract this from your keyring as follows:
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$pgp -x Yayoi -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----mQFCBDw5+oURAwDBKeBtW+0PdDvCC7KO1/gUAF9X//uGRhbPkg6m83QzaA7pr6T+ QAVQE4q74NXFCakX8GzmhzHtA2/Hoe/yfpfHGHMhJRZHZIWQWTS6W+r5wHYRSObm NNNTeJ4C+3/klbEAoP/Mjlim4eMkfvYwNmifTUvak5zRAv48SrXOHmVI+5Mukx8Z lT7txut60VeYd34QvidwtUbbL7p2IVVa3fGW/gsuo7whb1aW//+5Z/+4wxbaqnu6 WxT5vFObm1sJ7E20OW3SDLxdVjeTlYbzTUfNwbN/KHoUzMsC/2EZ3aDB6mGZuDPL
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$ pgp -c secret.doc You need a passphrase to encrypt the file Enter pass phrase: Enter same passphrase again Enter pass phrase: Creating output file secret.pgp
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After entering a password to protect the data in secret.doc, the encrypted file secret.pgp is created. In order to sign the file for another user, you need to pass the e option, along with the name of the user from your keyring who will have the power to decrypt your data:
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$ pgp -e Henry secret.doc 4096 bits, Key ID 76857743, Created 2002-01-07 "Henry Bolingbroke <henry@bolingbroke.co.uk>" Creating output file secret.pgp
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The file can then be transmitted to Henry by uuencoding it, by sending it as an e-mail attachment, or by directly generating the file in ASCII format:
$ pgp -ea Henry secret.doc
Disabling IP Ports
The first step in network security is to prevent unauthorized entry by disabling access to specific IP ports, as defined by individual entries in the services database. This action prevents specific services from operating, even if the inetd attempts to accept a connection for a service because it is still defined in /etc/inetd.conf. This section examines how to disable specific services from inetd, in conjunction with the services database.
9:
System Security
It s also important to shut down unnecessary services outside of inetd, such as disabling startup scripts, as discussed in 4. The following services are typically enabled in /etc/services and configured in /etc/ inetd.conf. Most sites will want to disable them and install more secure equivalents. For example, the ftp and telnet services may be replaced by the encrypted secure copy (scp) and secure shell (ssh) programs, respectively. To disable the ftp, telnet, shell, login, exec, comsat, talk, uucp, and finger services, you would comment out their entries in /etc/inetd.conf by inserting a hash character (#) at the first character position of the line that defines the service. The following configuration enables the ftp, telnet, shell, login, exec, comsat, talk, uucp, and finger services in /etc/inetd.conf:
ftp telnet shell login exec comsat talk uucp finger stream stream stream stream stream dgram dgram stream stream tcp tcp tcp tcp tcp udp udp tcp tcp nowait nowait nowait nowait nowait wait wait nowait nowait root root root root root root root root nobody /usr/sbin/in.ftpd /usr/sbin/in.telnetd /usr/sbin/in.rshd /usr/sbin/in.rlogind /usr/sbin/in.rexecd /usr/sbin/in.comsat /usr/sbin/in.talkd /usr/sbin/in.uucpd /usr/sbin/in.fingerd in.ftpd -l in.telnetd in.rshd in.rlogind in.rexecd in.comsat in.talkd in.uucpd in.fingerd
The following configuration disables the ftp, telnet, shell, login, exec, comsat, talk, uucp, and finger services in /etc/inetd.conf:
#ftp #telnet #shell #login #exec #comsat #talk #uucp #finger stream stream stream stream stream dgram dgram stream stream tcp tcp tcp tcp tcp udp udp tcp tcp nowait nowait nowait nowait nowait wait wait nowait nowait root root root root root root root root nobody /usr/sbin/in.ftpd /usr/sbin/in.telnetd /usr/sbin/in.rshd /usr/sbin/in.rlogind /usr/sbin/in.rexecd /usr/sbin/in.comsat /usr/sbin/in.talkd /usr/sbin/in.uucpd /usr/sbin/in.fingerd in.ftpd -l in.telnetd in.rshd in.rlogind in.rexecd in.comsat in.talkd in.uucpd in.fingerd
Similarly, the following configuration enables the ftp, telnet, shell, login, exec, comsat, talk, uucp, and finger services in /etc/services:
ftp telnet shell login exec biff talk uucp finger 21/tcp 23/tcp 514/tcp 513/tcp 512/tcp 512/udp 517/udp 540/tcp tcp nowait
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