1. smooth_buddha

    Lets talk Linux security! What security programs, CLI tools, GUi tools do you use to keep you linux system secure?

    Would love to hear what security tools, apps and programs any of you use to keep your system secure and safe, also any other security measures that you take like sandbox'ing or virtualization, or specific security based distros you like or prefur???? I personally use clamav and clamtk ...
  2. Sudo It

    Virus guards for Linux? Is it necessary

    First I should apoligize if this is a dumb question:). As I know Linux is the safest OS , but I saw few articles that Linux isn't completely safe bcz it is becoming an increasingly attractive target for malwares and viruses. Windows has hundreds of anvirus softwares like Avast, Kaspersky etc...
  3. D

    I think i catch a virus in my linux system. It is possible with this signs?

    One day i decided to navigate in dark (but legal) internet sites, and actually downloaded some .mp4 files that i tried to reproduce (and failed with every video player that i have installed, maybe those where not real .mp4 files). After that, weird things start to happen in my computer (Xubuntu...
  4. S

    Help analyzing malware graph generated by Virus Total

    Hi Everyone, I received a suspicious file some time in the past via a social media site, I uploaded the file to Virus Total and I would like some one to have a look at the Graph generated by virus total and tell me exactly what this file does. May be it's some sort of windows malware and has no...
  5. J

    Virtual box and kali linux??

    Hello guys, i have a simple (and also quite stupid) but crucil question: If i use virtual box to emulate kali linux on a Windows i have the malware protection of kali or not? I mean i'm still vurnerable like a windows even if i use Linux on virtual box or not??
  6. Rob

    Linux malware targets Raspberry Pi default passwords to mine for cryptocurrency

    A Raspberry Pi, as most of you probably know, is a brand of a single-board computer that, because of its size, has many uses from home automation to arcade machines to home lab servers. Two strains of the malware has been spotted, according to Bleeping Computer. The first one, Linux.ProxyM...