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Hack Proofing Linux : a Guide to Open Source Security

Syngress, Patrick T Lane (Contributor), Edgar Danielyan (Contributor)
From the authors of the bestselling E-Mail Virus Protection Handbook!The Linux operating system continues to gain market share based largely on its reputation as being the most secure operating system available. The challenge faced by system administrators installing Linux is that it is secure only if installed and configured properly, constantly and meticulously updated, and carefully integrated with a wide variety of Open Source security tools. The fact that Linux source code is readily available to every hacker means that system administrators must continually learn security and ant
eBook, English, 2001
Elsevier Science, Burlington, 2001
1 online resource (705 pages)
9781281052902, 9786611052904, 9780080478111, 1281052906, 6611052909, 0080478115
Available in another form:
1928994342.pdf; 1928994342.pdf; Cover; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction to Open Source Security; Chapter 2 Hardening the Operating System; Chapter 3 System Scanning and Probing; Chapter 4 Implementing an Intrusion Detection System; Chapter 5 Troubleshooting the Network with Sniffers; Chapter 6 Network Authentication and Encryption; Chapter 7 Avoiding Sniffing Attacks through Encryption; Chapter 8 Creating Virtual Private Networks; Chapter 9 Implementing a Firewall with Ipchains and Iptables; Chapter 10 Deploying the Squid Web Proxy Cache Server Chapter 11 Maintaining FirewallsAppendix A Bastille Log; Appendix B Hack Proofing Linux Fast Track; Index; Related Titles
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