Linux For Hacking - Install Test And Hack

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Overview

This book is devoted to exploring one of the most popular operating systems installed on servers: Linux. So far, this operating system has not been as popular among home users as among professional administrators. There have been, however, developments of late that make this system likely to capture a good segment of the home-computer operating system market. The operating system is becoming easier to install all the time, and its graphical user interface and ease of use often give the most popular operating system among home users — Windows — a good run for its money.

This book will be of use to Linux administrators and to those Linux users who want to learn this operating system in more detail. The discussion of the configuration and security issues will come in handy for network security professions, even those running other operating systems, because the larger part of the information is not tied to any specific operating system. Continue reading…

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1 Introduction Linux Installation and Initial
  • Chapter 2 Configuration
  • Chapter 3 Welcome to Linux!
  • Chapter 4 Access Control
  • Chapter 5 Administration
  • Chapter 6 Samba Style
  • Chapter 7 Web Server
  • Chapter 8 Electronic Mail
  • Chapter 9 Gateway to Internet
  • Chapter 10 File Transfer
  • Chapter 11 Network Addressing
  • Chapter 12 System Monitoring
  • Chapter 13 Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Chapter 14 - Advice from a Hacker
  • Appendix 1 - FTP Commands Appendix 2 - Useful Programs
  • Appendix 3 - Internet Resources Conclusion List of Figures

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