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Hacking exposed Linux; Linux security secrets & solutions, 3d ed.

9780072262575

Hacking exposed Linux; Linux security secrets & solutions, 3d ed.

Ed. by ISECOM.

McGraw-Hill

2008

613 pages

$49.99

Paperback

QA76.76

The third edition of this guide to security for Linux-based networks shows users, programmers and IT personnel how to lock out intruders and defend their networks from all types of catastrophic failure. Written by the research staff of the Institute for Security and Open Methodologies (ISECOM), this book explains how to secure your Linux network by using OSSTMM countermeasures, and fix vulnerabilities in DNS, SMTP and Web 2.0 services. The use of cryptography tools within Trusted Computing protocols is also explained in depth.

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