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Re: How to Determine My System Vulnerabilities
From: prb () lava net
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 15:58:53 -1000

Robert Wesley McGrew wrote:
On 1/10/06, Eugene.Smith () mpls frb org <Eugene.Smith () mpls frb org> wrote:

I have three servers running Linux Red Hat OS.  I would lke to find a source
for information regarding "How Too" when it comes to determining what level
of kernel, SSH, PHP, ect my servers are running.  I do know how to check
some of these things but am looking for someone who is very knowledgeble and
is willing to answer questions about this OS.

Gene Smith
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
IT/ Telecom  612 204 6355


I know I feel like the Federal Reserve is safe now.

I know what you mean.

To Gene,

Such a question will get a fair percentage of this list trying to break into the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Still, I'll throw you this bone:

Kernel version: uname -srv
SSH version: ssh -v
PHP version: php -v

For a basic Linux reference: Red Hat's Web site has a lot of information. Also, you might try these PDFs:
http://nighty.ulyssis.org/linuxmanuals/misc/Linux_Newbie_Administrators_Guide.pdf
http://nighty.ulyssis.org/linuxmanuals/misc/Linux_Command_Refference.pdf
http://nighty.ulyssis.org/linuxmanuals/misc/Linux_Sysadmin_Guide.pdf

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