|Advanced Solaris System Administration Topics
|An Introduction to Computer Security NEW
|Inside the Linux Kernel
|System and Network Monitoring NEW
|Sendmail Configuration and Operation (Updated for Sendmail 8.12)
|Socket Programming NEW
| UNIX Security Threats and Solutions NEW
|FreeBSD Kernel Internals: Data Structures, Algorithms, and NetworkingPart 1
| Building Secure Software NEW
| Issues in UNIX Infrastructure Design
| Solaris Internals: Architecture, Tips, and Tidbits
|Topics in UNIX and Linux Administration, Part 1 NEW
|Perl for System Administration:
The Power and the Praxis
| Real-World Intrusion Detection: Problems and Solutions
| Practical UNIX Cryptography NEW
| FreeBSD Kernel Internals: Data Structures, Algorithms, and NetworkingPart 2
|Blueprints for High Availability: Designing Resilient Distributed Systems
| Practical Wireless IP: Concepts, Administration, and Security
| Building Honey Pots for Intrusion Detection NEW
| Topics in UNIX and Linux Administration, Part 2 NEW
| Exploring the Potential of LDAP
|System and Network Performance Tuning
| Cisco's Security Features: What They Are, Where to Use Them, and How to Configure Them NEW
| PHPScripting the Web NEW
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