Linux Journal Contents #120, April 2004

Linux Journal Issue #120/April 2004


  • Real-World PHP Security  by Xavier Spriet
    Learn the top four PHP security mistakes and the three key techniques you can use to secure your PHP app.
  • SPF Overview  by Meng Weng Wong
    Spam, scams and worms all use e-mail forgery. Put a stop to it with the new mark of quality for your domain.
  • Security Distribution for Linux Clusters  by Ibrahim Haddad and Miroslaw Zakrzewski
    Extend Linux Security Modules to enforce security rules across many systems.







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