Linux Journal Insider - May 2011

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This month, Shawn and Kyle attempt to soothe your insecurities with our Security issue of Linux Journal.  Granted, reading this issue alone won't make you impervious to all the evils in the world, but it's certainly a good start.  So rip that Post-It note password list off your monitor, and dig in!

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Mee Yuse On the Linex Varjan

When did you guys become Hentai Journal?

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Cover art

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I'm really digging the animé cover art on the issue

linux pentesting lab

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It would be great if LJ publishes a long article - or series of articles - on how to build a linux virual environment for pentesting and forensics.

"birth certificate"

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Hey Obama
"Where is the real birth certificate"

In my pants.

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In my pants.

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