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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 Anonymous | 30 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 Anonymous | 29 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 Anonymous | 26 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 Anonymous | 26 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by Ben Malisow   Windows NT 4.0 was deemed C2 compliant on 02 December, 1999, as a result of an extensive survey performed according to Trusted Computer Systems Evaluation Criteria, the United States Department of Defense analysis ...
Article by Anonymous | 21 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by Hal Flynn Solaris File Access Control Lists   Scope This collection of material has been written to further clarify one of the more mystical configuration files on today's Solaris Operating System. For ...
Article by Anonymous | 19 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by Hal Flynn Scope This collection of material has been written to further clarify one of the more mystical configuration files on today's Solaris Operating System. For this example, we make use of the latest distribution of ...
Article by Anonymous | 19 Mar 2000 | 0 comments
by Ben Malisow   Relevant Links Security Requirements for Automated Information Systems (AISs) United States Department of Defense Department of Defense Trusted Computer System ...
Article by Anonymous | 07 Feb 2000 | 0 comments
by Holt Sorenson Conventions (1...) - bibliographical references (a..z) - information about commands "ls -la" - type everything inside the quotes to the shell This document was written using BIND 8 ...
Article by Anonymous | 07 Feb 2000 | 1 comment
by Jonathan Day Cyrus SASL is a library for providing an authentication mechanism for packages. It is used by IMAP, LDAP, ACAP and other standard protocols. Cryptix SASL is a SASL package for Java. It's very alpha in quality, at present, ...
Article by Anonymous | 06 Feb 2000 | 1 comment