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Source: Net-Security.org - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Documentation In every day life people do all sorts of things with all sorts of tools. But, do they get it right? Every tool has to be used in a certain manner, and if one doesn’t know how to use it, the result can be damage. It's the same is with computer and network security tools. Before you can select the right tools for the job, you have to know what tools are available and learn how to use them.

This book is a comprehensive guide through the field of security tools that provides advice on how to use them. The authors cover tools for auditing and prevention, detection of incidents, investigation, response and remediation. It is important to stress that this book gives knowledge about the usage of certain tools, and not comprehensive methodologies for securing a computer network.

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