We live in an environment where there are hackers always attempting to get access to our server
We live in an environment where there are hackers always attempting to get access to our server’s data and configuration. One of the ways to prevent that is by using the DNS jail or chroot. It is a pseudo root that users cannot get any higher in the directory structure.
The tasks of the administrator is to make sure these services that are installed and configured properly so they are not compromised.
In your discussion post:
- Describe each of the three advantages and provide a screenshot or description of each. You may need to search the public web using a search engine like Google or Bing to find screenshots of systems with different services. Cite any sources you use in APA format; this includes sources for any screenshots that are not your own.
- When responding to your peers’ posts, describe your initial thoughts on the best advantage over the other system’s services they posted. Note any major similarities or differences your notice between the different services.
How To Use Chroot with DNS (Links to an external site.)
Install and Configure DNS/BIND With Chroot Feature (Links to an external site.)
Linux Security (Links to an external site.)