Linux Journal Contents #89, September 2001
Passive-Aggressive Resistance: OS Fingerprint Evasion
by Rob Beck
Everything you need (including code) to do it.
Taming the Wild Netfilter
by David A. Bandel
iptables, ipchains—what's the difference?
An Introduction to OpenSSL Programming, Part I of II
by Eric Rescorla
Filling in the gaps of the OpenSSL manual pages.
The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
by Sander van Vugt
Lighter data retrieval and an alternative to NIS.
by Ron Hume
Taking advantage of this vnc alternative.
Take Command Password's Progress
by Bruce Byfield
Kernel Korner Loadable Kernel Module Exploits
by William C. Benton
At the Forge Introducing Enhydra
by Reuven Lerner
Cooking with Linux Brochettes de Sécurité
by Marcel Gagné
Paranoid Penguin GPG: The Best Free Crypto You Aren't Using, Part I of II
by Michael D. Bauer
Focus on Software Security Applications
by David A. Bandel
Focus on Embedded Systems Embedded Linux at JavaOne
by Rick Lehrbaum
Linux for Suits Lessons in Mid-Crash
by Doc Searls
Geek Law A Question of Licenses
by Lawrence Rosen
SuSE 7.2 Professional
by Don Marti
Hacking Linux Exposed
by Thomas Osterlie
Jagged Alliance 2 for Linux
by J. Neil Doane
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