"In this tutorial
"Protect your computer against malware attacks
Configure a firewall to keep attackers out
Back up important files and recover files after a successful backup
Install updates to your operating system and other software Password-protect the bootloader
After completing this tutorial, you will be able to harden your GNU/Linux desktop and prevent attacks against your computer and its data. You will be able to install and configure software to help protect your desktop against malware that can give an attacker access to your computer. You will also be able to use a firewall to protect against inbound and outbound traffic, back up and restore your data, and apply other tricks that further harden your system."
free registration required–ed.
Mono enthusiasts are already actively pursuing and ensuring that the the next version of Ubuntu will have Mono deep inside its heart. Mono 2.0 that is, with extra Poisonware called WinForms.
It is probably a good time to share the concerns expressed by Jose X, who asked us to post his remarks below.