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Reviews: Three Security Books

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The three books covered are Linux Server Security, Hardening Linux, and Hardening Apache.
Hardening Linux is 11 chapters long and has 510 pages, discounting index and appendices. It's geared toward a Linux professional who has a little security experience. Two features of this book that I really like are Chapter six, "Using Tools for Security Testing", and Appendix C, "Checkpoints", which gives a chapter-by-chapter punch-list of practices from the book.
 read more | mail this link | score:4238 | -Ray, January 2, 2006
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