System Administation: Maximizing System Security, Part 1
Jan 01, 1996 By Æleen Frisch
A lot of UNIX security is based on passwords, and in this first part of a two-part article, Æleen helps explain many of thei issues involved in setting up and maintaining passwords on Linux systems. Next month's installment will cover other system security issues.
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