UNIX System Security: A Guide for Users and System Administrators
Many of the same features that have attracted the corporate and government world to UNIX have made security very difficult to control. This book examines several high-profile security break-ins, and then provides the information necessary to protect a UNIX system from unauthorized access. Covers all the most recent releases of UNIX.
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