Contributed by mk/reverse on from the sliced up dead old trees dept.
Alex notified us about a review of ``Secure Architectures with OpenBSD'', written by Brandon Palmer and Jose Nazario. The review reveals that this is a book targeted at the seasoned Unix user:
Though the first four chapters of Secure Architectures with OpenBSD deal with installation and "basic use," this not a book for beginners. If you don't understand the Unix (Minix; Linux) way that things work and don't know (at least) C, stay away. Palmer and Nazario will confuse you.
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