Hacking Linux Exposed

McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2003 - 712 Seiten
Tighten holes and maintain security on your Linux system! From the publisher of the international best-seller, Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets & Solutions, comes this must-have security handbook for anyone running Linux. This up-to-date edition shows you how to think like a Linux hacker in order to beat the Linux hacker. You'll get detailed information on Linux-specific hacks, both internal and external, and how to stop them.

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Brian Hatch is a UNIX/Linux security consultant, administrator, and expert hacker with Onsight, Inc. He has taught various courses at Northwestern University and is the co-maintainer of Stunnel, a widely used secure SSL wrapper. He is the lead author of the first edition of Hacking Exposed Linux.

James Lee is a Perl hacker, Linux administrator, security consultant, and open source advocate. James is the founder and CEO of Onsight Inc., a consulting firm specializing in Perl training and web development. James is also a co-author of the first edition of Hacking Exposed Linux.

George Kurtz, co-author of all three editions of the international best-seller, Hacking Exposed, and co-author of Hacking Exposed Linux is the CEO of Foundstone, Inc., a premier security consulting and training company.

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