UNIX Installation Security and Integrity, 1st edition

  • David Ferbrache
  • Gavin Shearer

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Overview

Here's a detailed technical overview of the security mechanisms used in commercial UNIX systems designed to help readers ensure that their UNIX system is correctly configured and operating in the most secure manner possible. KEY TOPICS: Coverage provides all the details for security related functions within common UNIX versions, including information on the configuration and operation of network security services; file system and process security; monitoring security; security programming and standards; security mailing lists; and a wide range of system specific security enhancements. MARKET: System programmers as well as network and system administrators, and security managers will find this an informative, practical reference.

Published by Pearson (January 28th 1993) - Copyright © 1993