By gbrunett on Nov 04, 2009
Today, I am very happy to announce the availability of a new Solaris 10 Security Deep Dive training. This version has been updated for Solaris 10 10/2009 (also known as Update 8). From a security perspective, there have only been a few updates since my last posted version, but it is always good to be current. Items added in this new version include: ZFS user and group quotas, ZFS pre-defined ACL sets, NTPv4, and nss_ldap shadowAccount support. In addition, there was a bit of cleanup throughout and a new example was added for Trusted Extensions.
For those of you who have downloaded one of the previous versions, thank you! There have been nearly 8,000 downloads of this presentation so far! If you have not had a chance, I would encourage you to download and check out a copy today. It is really amazing how many new and updated security features and capabilities there are in Solaris 10. If you have been away from Solaris (even Solaris 10) for a while, I am sure you will be shocked with what you can do today! As always, feedback is greatly appreciated!