I am just running standard security profiles, i didn't want to try any custom or profile extras mainly cause i'm lazy and don't want to fix/deal with any experimental profiles.Good to see you are using timeshift, excellent program. With apparmor are you running standard security profile, or is yours custom, have you added profile extras, if so what issues did you run into that needed corrected via applications.
yea, i forgot to run Lynis, might get to that today!There is also a tool called Lynis you can look into, a paid and free version. It is a system auditing tool that can help you learn of CVE's and harden your system.
Not much point in running Linus if you do not wish to finagle and mess with the system, as it requires quite a bit to "harden" the system, Linus just shows you where it needs to be done.I am just running standard security profiles, i didn't want to try any custom or profile extras mainly cause i'm lazy and don't want to fix/deal with any experimental profiles.
yea, i forgot to run Lynis, might get to that today!
I would state you are more than likely fine other than watching those URLs since you do your banking and buying online.lmao, i hear you! but i ran lynis to just see! lynis gave me a score of 70 which i think i just fine for what i use this for...never the less, being new to linux full-time that is, i always want and accept knowledge! i was at 60+ before i ran lynis, i added fail2ban & debsum i think it was, checks hashes of software i think...is there anything i should be paying attention to and am not doing it already?