Virtualization Security 101 - Lock Down Standard Image

 
 
By Brian Prince  |  Posted 2008-07-02 Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Virtualization Security 101

3. Lock Down Standard Image

With a locked-down standard image, you can help ensure that VMs have a known level of security. In a recent article, Matasano security analyst Thomas Ptacek recommended that organizations have one base-line Windows server installation or Linux build that is configured with maximum security controls and as small a footprint as possible.

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