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by Michael J. Burgard,Kenneth D. Phillips

ePub DOS UNIX Networking and Internetworking download
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Michael J. Burgard,Kenneth D. Phillips
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978-0471595168
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Wiley; 1 edition (January 1994)
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Michael Paul Burkard is an American poet. He graduated from Hobart College in 1968 and from the Iowa Writers' Workshop with an MFA in 1973. He taught at Kirkland College (1975–78) and Sarah Lawrence College (1983–84, 1986–87), and has taught in the . Program in Creative Writing at Syracuse University since 1997. He has been a visiting writer at New York University (1991) and the University of Louisville (1992, 1996), as well as a writer-in-residence at Austin Peay State University (1990).

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DOS ↔ UNIX networking and internetworking. network- based systems for old probe and old denial-of-service (DoS) attacks and by host-based systems for Solaris user-to-root (U2R) attacks. Best over- all performance would have been provided by a combined system that used both host- and network-based intrusion detection. Detection accu- racy was poor for previously unseen new, stealthy, and Windows NT attacks. Ten of the 58 attack types were completely missed by all sys- tems.

Begins with an overview of networking theory and offers readers practical guidelines for building networks with a wide variety of configurations for all types of computing environments, including DOS, UNIX, OS/2 and Windows NT. Internetworking is addressed through product reviews, hardware recommendations and a complete discussion of implementation strategies.