(IN)SECURE Magazine issue 1.2 available

(IN)SECURE Magazine ISSUE 1.2 (June 2005) is available (PDF format)


The covered topics are:



  • Information security in campus and open environments
  • Web applications worms – the next Internet infestation
  • Integrating automated patch and vulnerability management into an enterprise-wide environment
  • Advanced PHP security – vulnerability containment
  • Protecting an organization’s public information
  • Application security: the noveau blame game
  • What you need to know before migrating your applications to the Web
  • Clear cut cryptography
  • How to lock down enterprise data with infrastructure services

You might want to view previous issue – ISSUE 1.1 (April 2005)


The covered topics are:



  • Does Firefox really provide more security than Internet Explorer?
  • Security risks associated with portable storage devices
  • 10 tips on protecting customer information from identity theft
  • Linux security – is it ready for the average user?
  • How to secure your wireless network
  • Considerations for preventing information leakage
  • An introduction to securing Linux with Apache, ProFTPd & Samba
  • Security vulnerabilities in PHP Web applications

http://www.insecuremag.com/archive.html

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