UNIX ¥Ç¡¼¥¿¥Ù¡¼¥¹ÆþÌç The summary for this Japanese page contains characters that cannot be correctly displayed in this language/character set. http://www.wakhok.ac.jp/DB/DB.html
DNews -- Unix/Windows Usenet News Server Software Usenet NNTP news server for most flavours of unix, as well as Win9x/NT. Handles full newsfeeds while conserving system resources. Can use Suck feed option. Antispam features. Academic licensing also available. http://www.netwinsite.com/dnews.htm
Extractions: The DNews News Server is advanced news server software that makes it easy for you to provide users with fast access to Internet (Usenet) news groups. Installing your own local news server software also gives you complete control to create your own private or public discussion forums for enhanced communications across the organization and Internet. Advanced technology allows the DNews News Server Software to easily outperform traditional news server software. The DNews News Server softwares advanced design allows the server to out-perform other news server software. DNews News Server software provides a huge array of features and unequalled ease-of-use, reliability and scalability, making it the ideal News Server Solution for any organization. The DNews News Server is installed in thousands of organizations world-wide, ranging from large Internet Service Providers and Fortune 500 companies with millions of users, to medium-sized and small ISPs and organizations.
Extractions: Secure Programming for Linux and Unix HOWTO This is the main web site for my free book, the Secure Programming for Linux and Unix HOWTO . This book provides a set of design and implementation guidelines for writing secure programs for Linux and Unix systems. Such programs include application programs used as viewers of remote data, web applications (including CGI scripts), network servers, and setuid/setgid programs. This document includes specific guidance for a number of languages, including C, C++, Java, Perl, Python, and Ada95. I give this book away in the hope that future software developers won't repeat past mistakes, resulting in more secure systems. Most readers will want to either: View the online version (as multipage HTML) Download for printing (as PDF) This document is part of the Linux Documentation Project (LDP), and hence is also distributed in various Linux distributions. However, note that the LDP's version or the version in a CD-ROM distribution may not be as current as the main (master) web site at http://www.dwheeler.com/secure-programs
Secure UNIX Programming FAQ Secure unix Programming FAQ. I ve setup a mailing list for the discussion of secure unix programming. Take a look at the announcement made on comp.security.unix. http://www.whitefang.com/sup/
Extractions: This FAQ is very old and most likely out dated. You should read David Wheeler's effort . Most of the links here may be broken. I'll eventually retire this but there are too many hits to it for me to take it down now. The FAQ is maintained by Thamer Al-Herbish send comments to: email@example.com Here's a work in progress version . Here's a change log I've setup a mailing list for the discussion of secure UNIX programming. Take a look at the announcement made on comp.security.unix Mirrors are updated weekly.
Unix / Net / Hack Page unix / net / hack page. This page is available from various servers. Feel free to use groove machine . unix programs ypghost a http://www.unix.geek.org.uk/~arny/
Extractions: This page is available from various servers. Feel free to use the one fastest for you, as they are all maintained by me , they all should be identical. They are: about this page clickable IP datagram - a quick guide to the IPv4 packet, written as a java applet (10K). admin's guide - excellent document on unix security by Dan Farmer and Wietse Venema (52K). rfc's - the standards that define the protocols of the Internet.
CCP4 Main Page Comprehensive computing suite for protein crystallography. VMS and unix platforms. http://www.dl.ac.uk/CCP/CCP4/main.html
Extractions: Search CCP4 website Search WWW The CCP4 constitution Philosophy of the CCP4 suite Referencing CCP4 Licencing CCP4 constitution The CCP4 program suite is a collection of disparate programs covering most of the computations required for macromolecular crystallography. They have been collected and developed under the auspices of the Collaborative Computing Project Number 4, in Protein Crystallography, supported by the UK Science and Engineering Research Council (serc) since 1979 and currently the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (bbsrc), and coordinated at Daresbury Laboratory. The Project aimed to support collaboration between those working on such software in the UK, and to assemble a comprehensive collection of it to satisfy the computational requirements of the relevant UK groups. The results of this effort are also made available for distribution to academic and commercial users outside the UK. The distribution, described herein, is often loosely referred to as `CCP4', but is properly `The CCP4 Suite'.
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Snort.org A free lightweight network intrusion detection system for unix and Windows. http://www.snort.org/
Extractions: From the masters of snort Looking for Snort training? How about learning from the masters, Sourcefire Sourcefire is offering two training classes for Snort users, a two day class on Building and Operating Snort and a two day class on Snort Rules Resources News Get the latest news about our favorite pig Documentation Information on how to setup the pig Downloads Get the pig, and all addons that make the pig easier to use Mailing lists Discussions about snort. User Groups Like minded pig lovers getting together to discuss snort. Rules All the information about rules you could ever want. Search Ports Rules Documentation News New Snort Book (2.1) Brian @ Thu Jun 3 13:02:13 2004 GMT Syngress has published a new version of their book on Snort. Syngress put together yet another awesome team to write for the book, including Jay Beale (of Bastille fame), Andrew Baker (primary author of Barnyard and Snort developer), Mike Poor (SANS IDS instructor), Myself (Brian Caswell, in case you forgot), in addition to a number of other very talented authors.
Www.ntua.gr/cgi-bin/man-cgi Remote Control of unix NetscapeDocumentation REMOTE CONTROL OF unix NETSCAPE. by Jamie Zawinski, December 1994. Comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org . http://www.ntua.gr/cgi-bin/man-cgi
Man2html From unix manpage to HTML. http://www.oac.uci.edu/indiv/ehood/man2html.html
Extractions: A Unix manpage-to-HTML converter What's New? Mon Aug 11 17:47:11 PDT 1997 Version 3.0.1 is available. Includes a minor fix to and a minor change to man.cgi Mon Aug 11 17:47:11 PDT 1997 Version 3.0.0 is available. V3.0 is updated for Perl 5 usage. The man.cgi has also be updated for Perl 5 usage. See the CHANGES file for more information. Information on man2html The latest version of is 3.0.1. You can grab the tar file man2html3.0.1.tar.gz (45371 bytes) by http://www.oac.uci.edu/indiv/ehood/tar/man2html3.0.1.tar.gz . Included in the distribution is a CGI program that provides manpage viewing for Web clients. You get all the usage information on by reading the documentation Earl Hood email@example.com
Home Network systems administrator experienced with unix, nt, 2000, and novell. http://donw.itgo.com/
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org RESUME PAGE about me some cool links Objective: A Systems/Network Administration, Technical Support/Training position that will capitalize on acquired skills, training and experience. Desire a position with career growth potential. Willing to start at the ground floor with the right company or organization!