The GNUPG utilizes the public key cryptography to ensure messages are securely transmitted over the network. The users may also sign the messages to verify its authenticity. All of the popular applications such as your favorite email service provider and messenger apps utilizes some sort of public key cryptography to achieve the level of privacy they have.
A free intrusion prevention system that that is capable of performing real time analysis of network traffic. It is used to detect security probes or attacks including buffer overflows, operating system fingerprinting and stealth port scans. If you are on no budget for an IPS/IDS, then this is the solution for you.
Privacy has become vital in today’s era. Encryption of information is necessary to ensure its integrity. OpenPGP is an open source encryption standard that utilizes public key infrastructure to enforce end to end email, message and password management encryption.
The remote dictionary server is a noSQL database; stores data in a key-value pair that provides persistent storage. This is especially good for session management in web applications. It supports data structures such as strings, lists, hashes and sets.
The NFS protocol is designed for file sharing over a computer network. A client on a network is allowed to access a file from another client (in the hard drive) as if it were its own. It provides a really quick and easy way to access remote systems. Here, we illustrate NFS setup on Ubuntu 18.04.