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Old 08-24-07, 08:38 AM   #15
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Default Re: Securing Linux

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Originally Posted by ViN86
i find that i tend to learn programming and things of the sort better just by reading books.

maybe you should try picking up a book and just reading it. then again, if you want credits, thats a different story
I've been thumbing through some books here and there when I get a chance to head down to BAM, but most of the network security books are either too simple ("How to use Anti-virus software!") or over the security features of Windows Server 2k3. And then there are the books that have the word "Hacker" in the title which are just a marketing ploy. They don't teach you anything but are rather more fictional than anything.

Since I have to take so many hours of credits, you can bet I'll be taking some classes like network security 101.
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