Re: [SC-L] virtual server - security

2004-04-01 Thread James Walden
Along the same lines as the suggestion to use VMware, have you thought about User Mode Linux? User Mode Linux lets you run virtual Linux machines on your existing Linux system. If you have enough memory, you could give each of your user groups their own virtual Linux machine with its own

Re: [SC-L] virtual server - security

2004-03-31 Thread Fernando Schapachnik
Working for an ISP in a previous life we used FreeBSD jails. There are kind-of-similar solutions for linux also (there's actually people in the list who sell them even). Good luck. En un mensaje anterior, Serban Gh. Ghita escribió: Hello I am banging my head on the table every day, because i

Re: [SC-L] virtual server - security

2004-03-31 Thread Louis Solomon [SteelBytes]
I am banging my head on the table every day, because i cannot find an elegant and safe solution to secure a virtual shared environment (server). Take the following facts: -you have a virtual server (unix) and you have to take care of a lot of clients. ... maybe something like plesk may be useful

RE: [SC-L] virtual server - security

2004-03-31 Thread Dave Paris
a few notes.. -Original Message- From: jnf [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 11:23 AM To: Dave Paris Cc: Serban Gh. Ghita; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [SC-L] virtual server - security [...] What's the point of the exercise if you're passing plaintext

Re: [SC-L] virtual server - security

2004-03-30 Thread Scott Nemec
Have you looked at VMware? ( http://www.vmware.com ) It let's you provide an environment at the hardware-like level inside a real box. This way, if the the script kiddie get's control of your virtual environment, you can just reset back to a pre-saved state. Meanwhile, the real box is protected