Gavin Reid

Gavin Reid is a security architect for corporate information security at Cisco Systems and an MCSE. He specializes in configuration and deployment of DMZ facing hosts.

Articles by Gavin Reid
Running VNC over SSH
Add Virtual Network Computing (VNC) to your client and tunnel its traffic through an SSH link for secure, remote GUI management of your Web server.
Hardening an IIS 4.0 Web Server
Windows NT 4.0 and IIS 4.0 come packaged with many services you don’t want or need on a public Web server. Remove these services to secure your server.
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