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Review: Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming  02 May 2010 
Posted by Dave Wreski   
Book Reviews Mark Sobell has again compiled a great collection of applications and utilities in A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, and his experience shows in this second edition.
SSH: Best Practices  24 April 2010 
Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Features If you're reading then it's a safe bet that you are already using SSH, but are you using it in the best way possible? Have you configured it to be as limited and secure as possible?
Read on for my best practices for using Secure Shell.
Review: Linux Firewalls  21 April 2010 
Posted by Administrator   
Book Reviews Security is at the forefront of everyone's mind and a firewall can be an integral part of your Linux defense. But is Michael's Rash's "Linux Firewalls," the newest release from NoStarchPress, up for the challenge? Eckie S. here at gives you the low-down on this newest addition to the Linux security resource library and how it's one of the best ways to crack down on attacks to your Linux network.
Review: Computer Security Basics 2nd Edition  16 April 2010 
Posted by Administrator   
Book Reviews In a perfect world, a book like this wouldn't be necessary anymore, except for the new entries into security. Businesses and organizations would have all gotten the point by now. And yet, gaps in security, flaws in policy and general complacency have made an overview of security just as important today as it was five years ago. In a review of this second edition of Computer Security Basics, however, Robert Slade sums up a resource that could have had potential, but instead, fails to live up to its predecessor.

What makes Metasploit tick?  16 April 2010 
Posted by Administrator   
Features As a bonus to this week’s review of “Ruby By Example,” I'd like to give an applied security related example of Ruby by walking you through a chunk of code in the Metasploit Open Source Exploit Framework ( Metasploit is written entirely in Ruby and has gained critical acclaim as the standard for open source exploit frameworks and should be a vital tool in any security guru's box.

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