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Linux Administrator's Security Guide

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Linux Administrator's Security Guide
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Publisher: Linuxtopia

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Table of Contents: Introduction to computer security, Linux installation, physical and console security, Linux administration, backup guide, Linux file system and file security, user authentication, Linux system and user logging, attack detection, testing the security of your Linux system, firewalling overview, network security, software management, encryption, limiting and monitoring users, viruses, Linux VPN overview, kernel security, Linux security resources.

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