January 11, 2005

Book Review: Linux Security Cookbook

USALUG writes "Security, one of the most important words in computing today. A standard
install of a modern distro is relatively secure "out of the box". With all
the bad guys out there, certain extra steps should be taken towards
increasing the security of your Linux box. There is also a fine line
between good enough, too strict, convenience, and other variables. The
authors have taken all this into consideration. The situations encountered
by the home desktop user all the way to the veteran System Admin are
covered. Be sure to read the Preface to this book. It could be a real
eye-opener."

Link: usalug.org

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