New Training: Linux Permissions and Ownership
In this 9-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Shawn Powers covers the knowledge that server administrators need to be able to access permissions and control who has access to which files — and how to apply a fundamental level of security to the files and directories of Linux systems.
Watch this Linux training.
Assigning permissions and updating file ownership is one of the most basic aspects of maintaining a Linux environment. Giving the right people the right permissions is fundamental to security. On the other hand, there aren’t many quicker paths to bad security than failing to do so.
The course covers topics such as the relationship of permissions and ownership to system administration, using permissions and ownership to provide fundamental security, and understanding the Linux commands for checking and changing permission statuses as well as:
- Using SELinux Tools
- Managing SELinux
- Understanding Octal Notation
- Using ACLs to Supplement File Permissions
- Escalating Privilege on a Linux System
This training includes:
- 1 hour of training
- 9 videos
Watch a video from the series:
Here's some more Linux security-related content from the CBT Nuggets blog:
- Quickstart Guide to Learning Linux
- Why Linux is More Secure than Windows
- How Much Do Linux Certifications Cost?
Start learning Linux security today!