Security Round-up

The January 2009 issue of Linux Journal is all about security. At LinuxJournal.com, searching for the term "security" returns 435 results, which might take some time to wade through. Here are my picks from articles that recently have been popular on-line:

You'll also want to check in with our on-line News Editor from time to time. Security is frequently a topic of discussion:

Stay safe out there!

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Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her chatting on the IRC channel or on Twitter.

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