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Hey, I discovered the wonderful joy of using Ubuntu on my laptop but it's not very well protected. What should I do to protect it from any malware that might be out there? Also I don't know of any packets sniffers out there for linux/ubuntu, I used wireshark in windows. Lastly is there any other network I should look into?

Yes I am doing research of my own for this stuff. THANKS

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Make sure you have SElinux and that's it,

You don't need anything other then the default advance firewall.

Also don't use Ubuntu you're better off with Windows.

Ubuntu is a script kiddie low life OS.

Or at least "upgrade" yourself to another distro (Whatever sound better)

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Make sure you have SElinux and that's it,

You don't need anything other then the default advance firewall.

Also don't use Ubuntu you're better off with Windows.

Ubuntu is a script kiddie low life OS.

Or at least "upgrade" yourself to another distro (Whatever sound better)

Why is Ubuntu a 'script kiddie low life OS'?

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Ubuntu is a script kiddie low life OS.

aint nothin wrong with ubuntu... ubuntu made it easy for anyone to run linux if they wanted to... you cant fault them for making it easy becuase that was the whole intent. Linux for everybody.

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Ubuntu does to much for you...

You need to get your hands dirty some times..

For example I spent the last few hours fixing X display manager,

God dam bitch had a heart attack.

But now I'm so happy that the problem is gone!

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Ubuntu does to much for you...

You need to get your hands dirty some times..

For example I spent the last few hours fixing X display manager,

God dam bitch had a heart attack.

But now I'm so happy that the problem is gone!

its a good idea to make copies of all your configuration files especially for X if your messing with stuff... that way you can always bring it back to life.

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Ubuntu does to much for you...

You need to get your hands dirty some times..

For example I spent the last few hours fixing X display manager,

God dam bitch had a heart attack.

But now I'm so happy that the problem is gone!

Windows is different from Ubuntu in this way how?

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