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Apache Guide: Apache Authentication, Part II  31 July 2000 
Source: Apache Today - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
There are basically three reasons to use a database, rather than a text file, to store data. The first reason is speed. Accessing data stored in a database is much faster than accessing data stored in a text file. A database is designed for rapid location of information. A text file, you have to read through each record until you find what you are looking for.. . .
 
Silence the best security policy  27 July 2000 
Source: eXcite News - Posted by Chris Parker   
Well-meaning hackers are creating an army of "script kiddies" by making security holes public, says a speaker at the Black Hat Security Conference.
 
Setting up OpenBSD 2.7 as a cable NAT system  25 July 2000 
Source: BSD Today - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The first thing I did upon getting cable modem access in my apartment was to get an old Pentium 133 computer, put in two NICs, and fire up the OpenBSD 2.7 boot floppy. I did this for several reasons: first, because . . .
 
Apache Guide: Apache Authentication, Part 1  24 July 2000 
Source: ApacheToday - Posted by Dave Wreski   
In this article, I'm going to cover the standard way of protecting parts of your Web site that most of you are going to use. In the next part I'll talk about using databases, rather than text files, to contain your . . .
 
Tech View: How 'buffer overflow' attacks work  20 July 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Dave Wreski   
A "buffer overflow" attack deliberately enters more data than a program was written to handle. The extra data, "overflowing" the region of memory set aside to accept it, overwrites another region of memory that was meant to hold some of the . . .
 
Maximizing Apache Server Security  19 July 2000 
Source: TechWeb / PlanetIT - Posted by Dave Wreski   
An extensive article on Apache security. ... However, does "free" come at a price when it comes to security? It doesn't have to. The diligent network manager will quickly recognize the advantages of choosing a platform that is field-tested on . . .
 
Smart card accepted at portal  13 July 2000 
Source: Federal Computer Week - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Pulsar Data Systems Inc. on Tuesday unveiled its secure e-commerce portal, PulsarData.com, which uses smart cards to enable agencies to purchase information technology products. Pulsar, a wholly owned subsidiary of Internet data security company Litronic Inc., announced the smart card feature, . . .
 
Unix Security Holes  13 July 2000 
Source: Linux Magazine - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The hottest trend these days in network intrusion is to exploit buffer overruns, a technique where-by you feed a program more data than it has allocated, overwriting the memory in the hope of making the program do something it would normally . . .
 
Securing Sendmail on Four Types of Systems  12 July 2000 
Source: Sendmail.net - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Depending on where you are and what you're doing there, security can mean very different things. This second article in our series on sendmail and security, based on the tutorial given by Eric Allman and Greg Shapiro at the recent USENIX . . .
 
Installing djbdns (DNScache) for Name Service Part 2  11 July 2000 
Source: Security Focus - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Traditionally, BIND has been the nameserver of choice when doing name service on a Unix system. Like many of its close relatives, such as sendmail, it was designed at a time when the internet wasn't even known as the internet, and . . .
 
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