Linux Journal Contents #38, June 1997
Jun 01, 1997 By Staff
Who Is At the Door: The SYN Denial of Service
by Douglas L. Stewart, P. Tobin Maginnis and Thomas Simpson
What SYN really is, why it's needed in TCP/IP, why the denial of service attack works and how to prevent it.
Network Management & Monitoring with Linux
by David Guerrero
Monitoring network activity is a necessity for today's managers. Here are some handy and easily accessible tools for doing so.
News & Articles
Product Reviews Wabi 2.2
by Dwight L Johnson
Product Reviews OSS/Linux Sound Driver
by Jeff Tranter
Book Reviews Linux in a Nutshell
by Sid Wentworth
Book Reviews Programming with GNU Software
by Randyl Britten
Using MSQL in a Web-Based Production Environment
by B. Scott Burkett
At the Forge Creating a Multiple Choice Quiz System
by Reuven Lerner
by Doc Searls
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