One of the worst threats to a secure server system is malware. In this video, learn about different types of malware threats you need to protect your servers from.
- [Instructor] One of the things that you really need to do … to make sure that your servers are protected … is to secure them as best as you can against malware. … What is malware? … Well, malware is actually a generic term that means … any kind of malicious code … that was intended to harm your environment. … But if we want to get a little bit more specific, … let's take a look at some of the different types of malware. … First one is a very common term. … In fact, many of these might be common terms to you, … but the first one would be just something called a virus. … Viruses are a form of malware … to where executable code, right? … And again, this is malicious executable code, … is embedded into either an application … or the operating system files themselves, … sometimes just within data, or believe it or not, … it can even get into some of your hardware components … like the BIOS or the boot sector on your hard drive. … Now, I will tell you just so you're not confused, … some of these are terms I'm going to throw at you …
- Implementing the Encrypting File System (EFS)
- Protecting your servers from malware
- Common network threats
- Implementing IPsec
- Securing file services
- Delegating privileges
- Configuring account lockout policies
- Managing advanced audit policies
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Server Hardening
2. Secure the Network
3. Secure File Services
4. Manage Privileged Identities
5. Configure Advanced Audit Policies
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