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Unix security & security manual

Posted on 1998-09-19
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NEED INFORMATION ON :

A: UNIX SECURITY
B: UNIX SECURITY PROCEDURES & POLICIES
C: STEPS TO PREPARE THESE MANUALS
D: STEPS TAKEN FOR THIS PROCEDURES

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Buy a copy of Cheswick & Bellovin's "Firewalls and Internet Security" book.  Also Grafinkel & Spafford's "Practical Unix Security".

Also, turn off caps lock.
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Here is a very good security Link. I have used this link several times for
establishing security.

http://www.deter.com/unix/ 

The links in this page are an excellent source of information , to set up a good secure system.

You can get to 100s of URLs from here.

If you'd like more information, please post.

Thanks.
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