Publisher: Wiley, 2000, 362 pages
It's now more important than ever before to protect your data and computers from people trying to hack into your network. Without the proper security, the wrong person can gain access to your system and read critical documents, change data, delete items and much worse. With this book, you'll quickly learn how to protect your network from such attacks as you build a Linux or OpenBSD firewall. From determining how much security you'll need to configuring the firewall and monitoring your system, authors Tom Yates and Wes Sonnenreich clearly guide you through all the necessary steps to improve your security.
They show you how to:
Increadibly easy to digest, and practical to boot. The title sums it up neatly.