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Book Review: Real World Linux Security


Heed the seven deadly sins of security!
Securing your system is an imperative for any system administrator. There are many ways to stay in touch with the latest security problems, so patching vulnerable services must be done on a regular basis. Patching won't keep you secure if you don't consider every "living" thing that runs on your production server as a possible entrance into your system. The first part of the book covers the initial step in the "security ring". There are "Seven Most Deadly Sins", the author is warning us...
 read more | mail this link | score:5113 | -Ray, November 26, 2002
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