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Appendix A. Linux Security Command Reference

This command reference provides summaries of Linux commands, files, and add-on utilities commonly used in security or system administration. Use these summaries to familiarize yourself with well-known commands, how they relate to security, how they're used, what other resources they're related to, and where they're discussed elsewhere in this book.

Entries consist of two parts:

  • Description—. A brief explanation of what the command, tool, or file does.

  • Security Relevance—. How the command, tool, or file relates to security.

Most commands are cross-referenced against related commands in this appendix.

.htaccess

Description: The htpasswd access file.

Security Relevance: When you're using the htpasswd system to ...

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