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EnGarde v3 Now Available!  28 September 2005  Print E-mail
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Source: Guardian Digital.com - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Features Guardian Digital is pleased to announce the release of EnGarde Community v3.0. This release represents the most significant number of improvements since the first version released more than four years ago. Image

If you haven't tried EnGarde recently, then I'm certain you'll be equally as excited about this release as we are. Completely redesigned web interface, firewall functionality, integrated Security-Enhanced Linux protection, and completely free updates are just a few of the outstanding new benefits.

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Introduction: IP Spoofing  25 August 2005  Print E-mail
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Source: Suhas A Desai - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Features An article on "Security Problems in the TCP/IP Protocol Suite" by S.M.Bellovin in 1989 initially explored IP Spoofing attacks . He described how Robert Morris, creator of the now infamous Internet Worm, figured out how TCP created sequence numbers and forged a TCP packet sequence.

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Hacks From Pax: PHP Web Application Security  08 August 2005  Print E-mail
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Features Today on Hacks From Pax we'll be discussing PHP web application security. PHP is a great language for rapidly developing web applications, and is very friendly to beginning programmers, but some of its design can make it difficult to write web apps that are properly secure. We'll discuss some of the main security "gotchas" when developing PHP web applications, from proper user input sanitization to avoiding SQL injection vulnerabilities.

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Pull the Plug Revisited: An Interview Five Years Later  05 July 2005  Print E-mail
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Source: PullthePlug.org - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Features Five years after our original interview with Brian Gemberling, founder of PullthePlug.org, we catch up with Daniel Alvarez and the rest of the site's administrative management. Its structured management and focus on the community will ensure many years of continued success. You're asking, what is pull the plug? Read more to find out...

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Hacks From Pax: Linux File & Directory Permissions Mistakes  27 June 2005  Print E-mail
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Features Greetings, gentle reader, and welcome to linuxsecurity.com and our new recurring series of articles on security related mistakes and how to avoid them. I'm your host, Pax Dickinson, and today we'll be reviewing basic Linux file and directory permissions and how to avoid some common pitfalls in their use, in this episode of Hacks From Pax.

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