Secure an Ubuntu Linux Server against Hackers
Ensure your server is fully protected from hackers, with this complete Ubuntu Linux course.
A majority of public servers run on Linux, which makes it a prime target for hackers. The Secure an Ubuntu Linux Server against Hackers course will give you the skills and expertise to block most hacking attempts when running servers. Through hands-on video training, it covers all you need to know to ensure maximum security. You will learn basic Linux commands, how to set up RSA login, and much more. By the end of this course, you will be able to harden any Linux system and minimise its vulnerability against hackers. You will have in-demand skills required to become a Linux system administrator or engineer.
Learn how to protect your servers from hackers and enrol in this Ubuntu Linux masterclass today.
The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.
You are taught through a combination of
- Video lessons
- Online study materials
Will I receive a certificate of completion?
Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised CPD accredited certification. You can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at the cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.
Why study this course
It doesn’t matter if you are an aspiring professional or absolute beginner; this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with critical skills and an accredited certification attesting to your knowledge.
The Secure an Ubuntu Linux Server against Hackers is fully available to anyone, and no previous qualifications are needed to enrol. All One Education needs to know is that you are eager to learn and are over 16.
|Secure an Ubuntu Linux Server against Hackers|
|Module 01: Secure an Ubuntu Linux Server from Hackers Today||00:09:00|
|Module 02: Choosing a server host and setup||00:03:00|
|Module 03: Accessing the Ubuntu Linux server with putty||00:03:00|
|Module 04: How to download Putty for Windows||00:01:00|
|Module 05: Using a password manager like LastPass||00:03:00|
|Module 06: Changing the password with passwd||00:02:00|
|Module 07: Adding a new user with adduser||00:03:00|
|Module 08: Signing in with the added user||00:01:00|
|Module 09: Usermod to give the user sudo or root privileges||00:01:00|
|Module 10: Verify sudo access on user||00:01:00|
|Module 11: Key basic Linux commands cd pwd and ls||00:04:00|
|Module 12: Updating with apt get update||00:01:00|
|Module 13: Installing nano text editor||00:01:00|
|Module 14: Updating sshd config with nano to Permit Root Login no||00:09:00|
|Module 15: Changing the SSH port from 22 to another number||00:04:00|
|Module 16: Setting up RSA login by generating keys with puttygen||00:11:00|
|Module 17: Disabling password logins and ipv6 listening||00:02:00|
|Module 18: Locked out of server and have to start over!||00:02:00|
|Module 19: Back in with a fresh install!||00:02:00|
|Module 20: Installing fail2ban to block IPs from repeated failed logins||00:07:00|
|Module 21: Install UFW or Uniform Fire Wall to block some DDOS attacks||00:03:00|
|Module 22: Install and configure ntp to sync time||00:05:00|
|Module 23: Thank you very much for watching this complete Ubuntu Linux server||00:05:00|
|Module 24: Steem witness setup downloading blocks||00:03:00|
|Module 25: Steem witness setup finishing adding a new user||00:01:00|
|Module 26: Steem witness setup installing steem docker||00:04:00|