I made a Bash script to configure Debian-based Linux machines for cybersecurity:
A simple Bash script to configure Debian-based Linux distros
How to use
git clone https://github.com/d3fenderz/godebian sudo -s cd godebian bash godebian
You can either select "1" to proceed or "2" to skip a specific step.
Why do I use the keyword
To prevent nasty collisions with existing aliases, as I use generic names.
Be careful. The script assumes you won't need many default configurations such as printers, FTP, telnet.
Fortunately, you can choose to opt out of some steps. Just choose "No" (type 2).
I strongly encourage you to update && upgrade to prevent bad errors and apply security patches.
The script is quite straightforward:
git clone https://github.com/jmau111-org/godebian cd godebian sudo -s bash godebian
I've included a way to opt out of some specific steps.
Of course, it's not exhaustive at all, and I like to keep it very light, without too much third-party apps. It's cybersecurity-oriented, but even in that perspective, it's pretty light.