LinuxSecurity.com: There is a saying in the security world that the only truly safe computer system is one that is disconnected from the network, switched off and buried six feet under ground. The sentiment may be somewhat true but it is hardly a practical solution to the problems we face today in protecting servers and desktops from outside intrusion. This article show the user the basics of Linux security. It is a great how-to for any Linux user. It looks at the basics like open services and firewalls. Do you have any quick tips for the beginner Linux user how is look to make their computer more secure?