How To Sandbox Processes With Systemd On Ubuntu 20.04

Sandboxing is a computer security technique that focuses on isolating a program or process from parts of a system that it does not need to interact with during normal operation. In this tutorial you will run through a practical demonstration of how to use systemd’s sandboxing techniques on Ubuntu 20.04 for an efficient workflow to implement and to test these techniques. Any process that runs on a Linux system that uses systemd can be made more secure with these techniques.

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