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(IN)SECURE Magazine Issue 4 is Available Print E-mail
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Source: Insecure Magazine - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Documentation The fourth issue of (IN)SECURE, a free digital security magazine published in PDF format, has been released.

Welcome to yet another issue of (IN)SECURE. The book contest we held in the previous issue was a great success and here are the winners: Dominic White, Dr. Gary Hinson, Ronaldo Vasconcellos, Joey Ortiz, Adrian St. Onge and Frantisek Holop. To all of you that sent us insightful comments we thank you, (IN)SECURE will grow to be better because of it. Expect more contests in the future and keep that feedback running, there’s always place for us to improve. If you’re interested in writing for (IN)SECURE feel free to contact us, we take a look at all submissions and ideas.

The covered topics are:

- Structured traffic analysis
- Access Control Lists in Tiger and Tiger Server - true permission management
- Automating I.T. security audits
- Biometric security
- PDA attacks, part 2: airborne viruses - evolution of the latest threats
- Build a custom firewall computer
- Lock down your kernel with grsecurity
- Interview with Sergey Ryzhikov, director of Bitrix
- Best practices for database encryption solutions

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