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by Timothy E. Wright Abstract As computers and the Internet continue to pervade and invade our lives, the potential for harm caused by computer crime increases manifold. Unfortunately, there is a deficit of information about what ...
Article by Anónimo | 16 Apr 2000 | 0 comments
by Richard Reybok Background Welcome to the first half of a detailed description of a methodology used to deploy the Internet Security Systems (ISS) RealSecure intrusion detection product. It is aimed at those of you who own or ...
Article by Anónimo | 16 Apr 2000 | 0 comments
by Flavio Marcelo Amaral Introduction Keeping networked environment secure can be a very difficult task nowadays. There are many means of attack. One must always be aware of the vulnerabilities discovered most recently, not to ...
Article by Anónimo | 13 Apr 2000 | 0 comments
by Robert MacBride Introduction If you've recently purchased a new intrusion detection system, you're probably just beginning to realize how painful it is to take analysis beyond a window full of warning messages to ...
Article by Anónimo | 05 Apr 2000 | 0 comments
by Cory L. Scott Relevant Links NTOtools NTObjectives EvntSlog Adiscon Software Q140058 Microsoft   This article ...
Article by Anónimo | 03 Apr 2000 | 0 comments
by Peter Merrick Introduction A large number of organisations and individuals are utilising Linux servers in their production environments (especially as Internetwork servers). The problem remains however, that Linux, when installed ...
Article by Anónimo | 31 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by Marc Myers Introduction Intrusion Detection involves detecting unauthorized access and destructive activity on your computer system. Intrusion Detection is a clear requirement for all e-commerce merchants. According to the ...
Article by Anónimo | 31 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by Dale Coddington Introduction The purpose of this paper is to describe necessary measures that should be taken in order to secure a default Linux installation. Most default installations of Linux are grossly insecure. ...
Article by Anónimo | 30 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by Dale Coddington Introduction The purpose of this paper is to describe, in detail, how to install and configure the Apache Web Server with SSL (Secure Socket Layer) support. Today more than ever, sensitive ...
Article by Anónimo | 27 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by David Elson Introduction Network security has been an issue almost since computers have been networked together. Since the evolution of the internet, there has been an increasing need for security systems. One important type of ...
Article by Anónimo | 27 Mar 2000 | 0 comments