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Building a secure web server using Apache and OpenSSL  19 September 2000 
Features Using apache and OpenSSL you can create your own secure web server to keep authentication and other information private from prying eyes.
 
Security Scanners  13 September 2000 
Features "A scanner is a program that automatically detects security weaknesses in a remote or localhost.". Scanners are important to Internet security because they reveal weaknesses in the network.
 
Setting up a Linux Log Server to enhance System Security.  31 August 2000 
Features If a break-in occurs and you want to track the cracker down, the system administrator will first check the log files for evidence of a break-in, so she must be 100% SURE that the log files are valid and haven't been tampered with.

 
Complete Reference Guide to Creating a Remote Log Server  22 August 2000 
Features In this feature story we present a very comprehensive guide to setting up a secure log server, by Eric Hines. Mr. Hines goes into very good detail and covers everything from building and configuring syslogd to securing the remote log server.

 
Carnivore and Privacy: An Oxymoron?  01 August 2000 
Features The US and UK governments want to install a device on public networks to monitor traffic for suspected criminal activities. But is that all they want to do? Chris Parker explains.

 
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