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Need an in-depth introduction to a new security topic? Our features articles will bring up up-to-date on everything from buffer overflows to SE Linux policy development.

Pull The Plug?  26 June 2000 
Features An interview with Brian Gemberling, creator of the project. Brian invites everyone to find security vulnerabilities on his open systems.
Network Intrusion Detection Using Snort  19 June 2000 
Features This document takes you through the basics of intrusion detection, the steps necessary to configure a host to run the snort network intrusion detection system, testing its operation, and alerting you to possible intrusion events. Interviews Marcus Ranum  11 June 2000 
Features An interview with Marcus Ranum CEO of NFR on Intrusion Detection, Linux, and Security.
Linux Security Interview with Frank van Vliet  30 May 2000 
Features Frank van Vliet is the author of AuditFile, many security advisories, and recently pointed out configuration errors on
Build a Secure System with LIDS  16 May 2000 
Features LIDS (Linux Intrusion Detection System) is a Linux kernel patch to enhance the Linux kernel. In this article, we will talk about LIDS, including what it can do and how to use it to build a secure linux system.
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