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Windows Nt Security : A Practical Guide to Securing Windows Nt [January 1998]
Although Windows NT is the first mainstream desktop operating system to put security first, confusion remains about how to harness its full potential.
This authoritative guide provides essential information on how to tap the sophisticated security capabilities of the Windows NT Operating System. Written by one of the world's foremost systems experts and cosponsored by the National Computer Security Association (NCSA), it succinctly addresses how to design and administer secure NT networks-including setting up, using, and managing security within NT workstation and server-and securely integrating some of the most popular NT server add-ons, such as Microsoft NT BackOffice.
Making existing NT networks more secure is also covered. The book's pragmatic advice on designing secure NT networks can be applied to small, medium, and large organizations. With Windows NT expected to become the preferred desktop OS for client/server in the next few years, the market for this practical resource is large and growing.
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Windows Nt Security : A Practical Guide to Securing Windows Nt by Charles B. Rutstein
Published by Computing McGraw-Hill
Publication Date: April 1997
Internet Security with Windows NT [February 1998]
A recent survey showed that 50% of businesses experienced attacks on their networks within the past year. 35% of those surveyed had losses that cost more than $1 million per security attack. -Computer World.

With reports like this appearing almost daily, security has become the number one concern for NT users. To address the concern, security expert and Windows NT Magazine news editor Mark Edwards provides the quintessential guide to Internet and intranet security from the Windows NT platform. Comprehensive in scope, the book covers network security basics, Internet Information Server, Microsoft Proxy Server, and includes specific advice on selecting NT tools and security devices.

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Internet Security with Windows NT by Mark Edwards
Published by Duke Communications
Publication Date: November 1997
Windows NT Server 4: Security, Troubleshooting, and Optimization [March 1998]
This complete administrators tool will cover all topics related to security, troubleshooting, and optimization.
In-depth look at security will help root out security problems before they occur.
Troubleshooting aspect of the book is invaluable in teaching the methodology and tools for problem solving.
Optimization section helps the administrator customize and maximize the performance of NT server 4.0.
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Windows NT Server 4: Security, Troubleshooting, and Optimization
Published by New Riders Publishing
Publication Date: January 1997
Internet Security: Professional Reference [April 1998]
The book presents a five-part approach. Part one deals with security management, including TCP/IP, daemons, UUCP, and audit trails. Part two switches perspectives to that of the intruder, showing ways of gaining illicit accesses and how attempts to do so can be thwarted. Part three examines the challenges of creating secure channels for messaging.
Part four shows how to deal with security concerns raised by Windows NT, Java, and various viruses.
Part five contains the appendices, offering an array of security references and resources where site managers can find further and updated information. While the need to cram such a vast storehouse of information into the books rarely allows for a relaxed style of exposition, the authors have done a fine job of keeping explanations clear and useful to even novice site managers.
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Internet Security: Professional Reference
Published by New Riders Publishing
Publication Date: August 1997
Internet Cryptography [May 1998]
For all the talk about the Internet's very real security weaknesses, information safety is not all that difficult to achieve. Yes, most Internet technology does a better job of making information accessible than it does of protecting privacy.
Still, modern cryptographic products and techniques have made more than adequate security available to just about anyone who needs it. In Internet Cryptography, network security consultant Richard Smith explains the basics of online security.
He avoids getting technical with too much cryptographic theory or the mathematics behind the magic. Instead he focuses on providing just enough information to enable information systems managers and administrators to make wise decisions.
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Internet Cryptography by Richard E. Smith
Published by Addison-Wesley Pub Co
Publication Date: August 1997
Firewalls Complete [June 1998]
The biggest problem on the Internet is security. The easiest way to keep information safe is through firewalls.
This book provides all of the information needed to install and maintain firewalls. 100% of what you need to install and maintain firewalls. Covers major firewall technologies and brands-advantages and disadvantages, what to watch for, who to avoid, and what to look for in firewall products.
CD contains demos and/or evaluations of firewall products from all of the major vendors. Blessed by NCSA-National Computer Security Association. Firewall bluepring helps readers design their own firewall.
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Firewalls Complete by Marcus Goncalves
Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company
Publication Date: February 1998
Windows NT Security [July 1998]
Nik Okuntseff explains NT security from the ground up and provides a friendlier interface to Windows NT security than the more than 75 functions now found in the NT API. With some nicely designed C++ classes, you will be able to extract security information from objects easily and protect objects with a minimum of code.
This is a code-oriented book written for those with a basic knowledge of the Windows NT operating system who also know what processes and thread are, what the Registry is, and what a Windows NT service is. Many code examples throughout the book, especially the class library, assume the use of Microsoft Foundation Classes.
This book is primarily about access control in Window NT.
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Windows NT Security; Programming Easy-to-Use Security Options
Published by Miller Freeman Books
Publication Date: September 1997
Netware Security [August 1998]
This book serves as a comprehensive guide to one of the most vital and serious issues facing network administrators everywhere, NetWare security. Many administrators have had little formal training and do not understand the security loopholes their systems may contain.
This complete tutorial will show them how to ensure the safety of the data on their network. - Includes a complete list of all third-party utilities for increasing or testing the reliability of NetWare security.
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Netware Security by William Steen and Doug Bierer
Published by New Riders Publishing
Publication Date: February 1996
Windows NT Security Handbook [September 1998]
Sheldon's guide approaches security from the perspective of the Windows NT and addresses key issues such as protective features available within NT as well as potential security holes.
Readers learn how to create defensive strategies and become familiar with different security protocols.
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Windows NT Security Handbook by Thomas Sheldon
Published by Osborne McGraw-Hill
Publication Date: November 1996
Practical Unix and Internet Security [October 1998]
This second edition is a complete rewrite of the original book. It's packed with twice the pages and offers even more practical information for UNIX users and administrators. It covers features of many types of UNIX systems, including SunOS, Solaris, BSDI, AIX, HP-UX, Digital UNIX, Linux, and others. The first edition was practical, entertaining, and full of useful scripts, tips, and warnings. This edition is all those things -- and more.

If you are a UNIX system administrator or user in this security-conscious age, you need this book. It's a practical guide that spells out, in readable and entertaining language, the threats, the system vulnerabilities, and the countermeasures you can adopt to protect your UNIX system, network, and Internet connection.
It's complete -- covering both host and network security -- and doesn't require that you be a programmer or a UNIX guru to use it.

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Practical Unix and Internet Security by Simson Garfinkel and Gene Spafford
Published by O'Reilly & Associates
Publication Date: April 1996
Windows Nt Security Guide [November 1998]
Your computers are at risk, whether they are connected to a corporate intranet or the Internet, have access to a sensitive database, or simply sit on your desk when you're not there. In the Windows NT Security Guide, Steve Sutton, a security expert and corporate trainer, shows you how to maximize Windows NT's various security protections and avoid many of its pitfalls.
This book explains NT's security features from a step-by-step, how-to perspective with numerous realistic examples. Whether you are a day-to-day user or network administrator, you'll find Windows NT Security Guide an invaluable reference.
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Windows Nt Security Guide by Stephen A. Sutton
Published by Addison-Wesley Pub Co
Pulication Date: December 1996
Web Security & Commerce [December 1998]
Attacks on government Web sites, break-ins at Internet service providers, electronic credit card fraud, invasion of personal privacy by merchants as well as hackers--is this what the World Wide Web is really all about?

Web Security & Commerce cuts through the hype and the front page stories. It tells you what the real risks are and explains how you can minimize them. Whether you're a casual (but concerned) Web surfer or a system administrator responsible for the security of a critical Web server, this book will tell you what you need to know.
Entertaining as well as illuminating, it looks behind the headlines at the technologies, risks, and benefits of the Web. Whatever browser or server you are using, you and your system will benefit from this book.

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Web Security & Commerce by Simson Garfinkel and Gene Spafford
Published by O'Reilly & Associates
Publication Date: June 1997

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