>> Practicle UNIX and Internet Security (Garfinkel and Spafford)
>> Building Internet Firewalls (Chapman and Zwicky)
>Good books. Add:
>Cheswick and Bellovin - my old brain can't remember the actual title.
>(Something about tracking the wiley hacker or some such - should be
>the first book on your list though, IMHO...)
" The Kucoo's Egg " written by Clifford Stall is a book about a Unix
admin tracking down a hacker that was brakeing in to his computer along
with other goverment computers. Its a very good book. " Take Down " is
another grate book. It was written by Tsutomu Shimomura about how he
tracked down Kevin Mitnick, "America's Most Wanted Computer Outlaw,"
They even have a web page that you can visit http://www.takedown.com. As
for a little history www.takedown.com web page was hacked the 1st day it
was online. The hackers rename it to " Taken Down "
" The Watchman ", written by Jonathan Littman is a book about the life
story of Hacker Kevin Poulsen. These are all grate books to read and are
all true storys.
- Sandman -
The United Council