March 29, 2001, 1:08 PM —
Unix in the Enterprise archive:
Windows may dominate the headlines, but the Unix operating system keeps quietly humming along powering web servers, corporate networks and mission critical applications. This guide covers Unix from a top-level perspective and gives you only the news you can use about Unix overall, latest developments, product updates and its use in the enterprise.
Unix Security archive:
Unix is lauded for its flexibility and openness. However, vulnerabilities in standard configurations can make Unix systems susceptible to security threats. This tutorial provides guidance on detecting intrusion with audits and logs, how to avoid security holes by replacing weak components, how to protect user accounts and strengthen authentication, as well as provide tips on reducing exposure to threats by limiting user privileges.
Unix System Administration archive:
With the increased proliferation of Unix workstations and the continuing deployment of Unix systems as enterprise servers, experienced administrators are in high demand. This guide explores both menu driven and command-line approaches to system management and gives a thorough grounding in the essential Unix operating model.
ITworld.com's archive of select articles from the following Unix Insider
Building Blocks to Security
Pete's Super Systems