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Review: SELinux by Example  16 October 2006  Print E-mail
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Book Reviews If you use Linux then you've most probably at least heard of Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux). In this feature story Ryan W. Maple gives a review and his opinion of the latest and greatest book to cover SELinux: SELinux by Example: Using Security Enhanced Linux. Read on for Ryan's review.

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Review: Object-Oriented PHP  16 June 2006  Print E-mail
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Book Reviews PHP has grown to become one of the most popular scripting languages on the web. It offers many possibilities to its users, from building a complex and innovative content management system to forming a simplistic family photo album. PHP is also a useful programming language in that it helps eliminate redundancy while promoting time-saving and dynamic methodology. With PHP and an object-oriented approach (OO), using PHP has countless advantages. Peter Lavin highlights this and more in Object-Oriented PHP.

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Review: How To Break Web Software  08 May 2006  Print E-mail
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Book Reviews With a tool so widely used by so many different types of people like the World Wide Web, it is necessary for everyone to understand as many aspects as possible about its functionality. From web designers to web developers to web users, this is a must read. Security is a job for everyone and How To Break Web Software by Mike Andrews and James A. Whittaker is written for everyone to understand.

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Review: The TCP/IP Guide  06 April 2006  Print E-mail
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Book Reviews To be a comprehensive source of information is something that any and every author attempts to be in their works. While writing The TCP/IP Guide: A Comprehensive, Illustrated Internet Protocols Reference, Charles Kozierok nothing short of comprehensive. In this 1616 page, 88 chapter reference of the TCP/IP protocol set, all the important topics are covered.

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Review: The Book of Postfix: State-of-the-Art Message Transport  02 May 2005  Print E-mail
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Book Reviews I was very impressed with "The Book of Postfix" by authors Ralf Hildebrandt and Patrick Koetter and feel that it is an incredible Postfix reference. It gives a great overall view of the operation and management of Postfix in an extremely systematic and practical format. It flows in a logical manner, is easy to follow and the authors did a great job of explaining topics with attention paid to real world applications and how to avoid many of the associated pitfalls. I am happy to have this reference in my collection.

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