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They say that Linux machines aren’t as prone to security threats as Windows PCs, but don’t believe them. There are plenty of threats out there that can compromise your system, but the good news is that we’ve got the complete security toolkit to help you lockdown and test it. You’ll even learn how to use your Pi to test your security. Elsewhere in the issue, learn how to take control of Bash shell scripts, play musical Minecraft, build your own Network Attached Storage and run new FOSS without upgrading your distro. Plus we review Pimoroni’s Black HAT Hack3r, put VPNs to the test, take a look at the latest Xubuntu and much more!
In this issue...
Secure your system
Penetration testing with Raspberry Pi
- Turn your Pi into the ultimate security tool
Build your own NAS
- Serve files across a network by building and optimising your own storage device
Compile new software
- Get new FOSS without updating your distro
Build an explorer robot
- Part 1 of the complete 4-part guide starts this issue
- Take control of Bash
- How to work with Go functions
- Make a Raspberry Pi picture frame
- VPNs on test
- Black HAT Hack3r review
Free with this issue...
DVD featuring the ultimate security kit, including two live booting distros plus all the FOSS you need to keep your system safe