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WWW security FAQ
This is the World Wide Web Security Frequently Asked Question list (FAQ). It attempts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions relating to the security implications of running a Web server and using Web browsers.
Abstract: Shall We Dust Moscow?
Security Survey of Key Internet Hosts & Various Semi-Relevant Reflections. Dan Farmer, author of the SATAN security checker/cracker, found in 1996 that 60 percent of Internet servers could be easily compromised.
SANS Institute Online
The SANS Institute is a cooperative research and education organization through which administrators, security professionals, and network administrators share the lessons they are learning and find solutions for challenges they face.
CGI Developer's Guide: Chapter 9
Unless you've programmed network software in the past, security has probably been the least of your programming concerns.
After all, you don't need to worry about writing insecure programs on a single-user machine because, presumably, only...
Perlsec - Perl security
Perl is designed to make it easy to program securely even when running with extra privileges, like setuid or setgid programs.
Unlike most command line shells, which are based on...
CIAC Security Website
CIAC provides on-call technical assistance and information to Department of Energy (DOE) sites faced with computer security
Beyond Security will help you expose your security holes and will show you what the bad guys already know about your hosts and network. Use our Automated Scanning service to perform a full security au...
Secure Programming for Linux and Unix HOWTO
This book provides a set of design and implementation guidelines for writing secure programs for Linux and Unix systems.
Stay Invisible: Free Public Proxy Servers List
Daily updated list of really functioning public HTTP proxy servers.
Technical Whitepapers and Publications
Collection of technical whitepapers concerning network security, traffic analysis, sniffers, routing, DNS management, and armoring Solaris.
The resource for people to help avoid being hacked, security and exploiting related files and links.
COAST is a multiple project, multiple investigator laboratory in computer security research in the Computer Sciences Department at Purdue University.
Matt Blaze's cryptography resource on the web
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