Debian is a free operating system (OS) for your server. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run. Debian uses the Linux kernel (the core of an operating system), but most of the basic OS tools come from the GNU project; hence the name GNU/Linux.

We know "The Debian Way". We are literally paving the Debian way so who else could manage your Debian based servers better?

Linux system based solutions

Install, set up and maintain a system based on Debian/GNU Linux.

  • Samba PDC (Primary Domain Controller)
  • Web server Apache
    • PHP
    • Rewrite engine
    • Reverse proxy
  • Web server Caudium
  • JSP and servlet container Jakarta Tomcat
  • Application server WebSphere, JBoss
  • SMTP server
    • Qmail
    • Postfix
    • Exim
    • Currier
  • POP3, IMAP server
  • SQL server
    • MySql
    • Postgresql
    • Firebird
  • LDAP slapd
  • Streaming server
  • Firewall/router (iptables)
  • FTP server (Proftpd)
  • DNS server (BIND 8/9, djbdns)
  • DHCP server
  • CVS repository
  • SSH OpenSSH + secure tunnels
  • Jabber (XMPP)
  • Asterisk VoIP

Network Security

  • Firewall (iptables)
  • Nessus Security Scanner
  • Network usage monitor NTOP, tcpdump
  • VPN solution
  • Spam filter and server based email antivirus

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Managed Web Hosting

At Laposa we can set up and maintain a fully managed secure webserver configured to your needs. Whether you're a small web design house wanting your own hosting or a company after global redundant hosting, we can configure, setup and manage a bespoke solution for your needs.

Office File Server

We have experience with build and long term support large office file servers including Domain Controllers. Central storage space for your company with Windows ACL. Our file server setup includes Time-Machine like backup solution.

Latest Debian Security Advisory

DSA-4833 gst-plugins-bad1.0 - security update
<p>Andrew Wesie discovered a buffer overflow in the H264 support of the GStreamer multimedia framework, which could potentially result in the execution of arbitrary code.</p>
DSA-4832 chromium - security update
<p>Multiple security issues were discovered in the Chromium web browser, which could result in the execution of arbitrary code, denial of service or information disclosure.</p>
DSA-4831 ruby-redcarpet - security update
<p>Johan Smits discovered that ruby-redcarpet, a markdown parser, did not properly validate its input. This would allow an attacker to mount a cross-site scripting attack.</p>
DSA-4830 flatpak - security update
<p>Simon McVittie discovered a bug in the flatpak-portal service that can allow sandboxed applications to execute arbitrary code on the host system (a sandbox escape).</p>
DSA-4829 coturn - security update
<p>A flaw was discovered in coturn, a TURN and STUN server for VoIP. By default coturn does not allow peers on the loopback addresses (127.x.x.x and ::1). A remote attacker can bypass the protection via a specially crafted request using a peer address of <q></q> and trick coturn in relaying to the loopback interface. If listening on IPv6 the loopback interface can also be reached by using either [::1] or [::] as the address.</p>

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