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    Review: Linux Security Cookbook
    Date 14 Jul 2003
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    There are rarely straightforward solutions to real world issues, especially in the field of security. The Linux Security Cookbook is ...

    Review: Mastering Network Security, Second Edition
    Date 03 Feb 2003
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    The introduction states that this book is aimed at systems administrators who are not security experts, but have some responsibility ...

    Review: Absolute PC Security and Privacy
    Date 30 Jan 2003
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    Miller never knew much about viruses, or took them seriously, until a friend got infected and it turned out to ...

    Book Review: Honeypots: Tracking Hackers
    Date 16 Oct 2002
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    Knowing essentially nothing about honeypots and the honeynet project going into this book, I thought I was going to have ...

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