Practical Linux Security Cookbook
This book provides code-intensive discussions with detailed recipes that help you understand better and learn faster.
More than 50 hands-on recipes to create and administer a secure Linux system locally as well as on a network
Enhance file system security and local and remote
The Linux Process Manager The book assumes that the reader has some previous knowledge of operating system
structure and terminology. For anyone needing such a background I can recommend my
book Operating Systems (O’Gorman, 2000), which is a short readable introduction to the
topic. Operating Systems with Linux (O’Gorman, 2001) is much more...
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Debugging Linux Systems discusses the main tools available today to debug 2.6 Linux Kernels. We start by exploring the seemingly esoteric operations of the Kernel Debugger (KDB), Kernel GNU DeBugger (KGDB), the plain GNU DeBugger (GDB), and JTAG debuggers. We then investigate Kernel Probes, a feature that lets you intrude into a kernel...
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