OpenBSD Journal

Securing Small Networks with OpenBSD, part 3

Contributed by Dengue on from the oreilly dept.

Anonymous writes :
"O'Reilly is running another installment of Securing Small Networks With OpenBSD . Looks like it's turning into a regular column."

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  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Nice addition to the mailing lists, here is where you can get pointed to fill in your missing knowledge.

  2. By Juice () on

    Yes we do want more this is epic

  3. By Anonymous Coward () on

    On learning Unix via OpenBSD. Just think, you could learn the RIGHT way to do things, not be a "duffer" as Tim O'Reilly says in Unix Power Tools.

    After a sesson on password sniffing and using ssh, a section on choosing passwords, along with practical advice on how to change them and how to keep from forgetting them.

    I'd buy one, along with the thousands of newbies that wanted to do something better than get hacked on M$.

  4. By Peter Hessler () spambox@theapt.org on http://www.sfobug.org

    I must say, all of the onlamp.com articles are very nice. Good detail, with the reasonings behind the options they chose. I just wish they were longer (I really like the series on prepping and recovering from a FreeBSD panic)

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