Check those links if you want to be ontop of the securuty
- CIS Benchmarks – contains requirements from the Center for Internet Security (CIS) benchmarks.
- DCID – contains requirements from the Director of Central Intelligence Directives (DCID).
- DISA UNIX STIG – contains modules that address DISA UNIX Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) security recommendations.
- FERC CIP – contains modules that address the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards for electricity distributors.
- JAFAN – the Joint Air Force-Army-Navy (JAFAN) manual established the security policy and procedures for storing, processing, and communicating classified Department of Defence (DoD) Special Access Program (SAP) information in information systems.
- NISPOM – contains modules that address the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM).
- PCI DSS – Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council includes members from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and JCB International Credit Card Company. This council administers the Data Security Standard (DSS).
- Web Services Protection – contains modules that address standard security functionality to provide protection.
Faithful to the rule that I must blog everything that took me more than 15min searching in google I am here again.
This time the post is related to my notebook which mousepad doesnt support double tap (poor lenovo :) )
Emulate3buttons – this is the magic key. Wonder how to use it? Just click left+right at the same time.
Also be aware: in the new distros this setting is not changed from xorg.conf check this article
http://www.seebs.net/log/articles/459/disabling-emulate3buttons-on-ubuntuleft+left+right clicks right clicks
The rest is a copy/paste from the post above
The problem is that you can’t just override this in xorg.conf anymore. You need to use xinput. xinput’s powerful, clever, flexible… and totally over the heads of a lot of users. Here’s a script to run from .xinitrc or the equivalent which disables Emulate3Buttons on any input devices which have it. (It’s now called “Middle Button Emulation”, mind.)
xinput list | sed -ne 's/^[^ ][^V].*id=\([0-9]*\).*/\1/p' | while read id
case `xinput list-props $id` in
*"Middle Button Emulation"*)
xinput set-int-prop $id "Middle Button Emulation" 8 0
How this works: We first obtain a list of ID numbers, disregarding those where the second character on the line was V, because
xinput list-props doesn’t work on the
"Virtual[...] lines for the generic keyboard and mouse. For each such device, we check to see whether it has the feature; if so, we disable it. (The number 8 indicates that we’re setting an 8-bit value; it doesn’t really matter. The disabled state is 0.)