Win a copy of "Open Source Security Tools: Practical Guide to Security" AND a copy of "Linux Administration Handbook Second Ed"

Win a copy of "Open Source Security Tools: Practical Guide to Security" AND a copy of "Linux Administration Handbook Second Ed"


Sun, 2007-05-20 06:37 -- admin

This week we are giving away a copy of Open Source Security Tools: Practical Guide to Security by Tony Howlett AND a copy of Linux Administration Handbook Second Edition" by Evi Nemeth, Garth Snyder, Trent R. Hein, et al.

All you need to do to enter is...

1) Read our terms and conditions.

2) LOGIN and post a comment on ANY article, blog entry or poll. We will choose the best comment made during the fortnight and the author of that comment will be this fortnight's winner.

Please remember we are more likely to pick what we consider to be an informative, well thought-out, interesting, funny or insightful comment as the winner.

Entries open on the 19th of May 2007 and close on the 30th of May 2007.

Thanks go to _Prentice Hall for providing these fantastic prizes._

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trollzor's picture
Submitted by trollzor on

I have the second edition of the LAH and all I can say is this competition is worth it for those who don't.

Fabio Emilio Costa's picture

Actually, everyone, specially end users, needs to understand the administration and security concepts and tips. Books like that are useful not only for the Linux corporative sysadmins, but for the home user that want to have a better control of his machine. In our Internet days, with all that pesky script kiddies, this could be useful books to anyone that want to be secure, good performance systems

blytheworks's picture

I have been running my own GNU/Linux build (using LFS/BLFS instructions) and having a greater understanding of security a sys admin would be great!

skypjack's picture
Submitted by skypjack on

I began to study security related argument on February (Security of Multimedia Contents is the course I followed at my University). This world is so beatiful ... Now, I'm graduating soon and my degree thesis deal with neural network in ciphered domain!

Useful link for people interested in: http://www.cacr.math.uwaterloo.ca/hac/

ps: I know, I must study English, not Security!!!! ;-)

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