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Secure All Around: Mini Book Reviews

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Three different security books--all good in their own ways--for three different kinds of security needs.

I recently picked up three security-related titles that I thought were worth reviewing: Linux Server Security, 2nd Edition, by Michael D. Bauer; Hardening Linux, by James Turnball; and Hardening Apache, by Tony Mobily. O'Reilly and Apress books feel different from each other. I like both publishers' products, but it's worth trying different flavors to see which appeals to you more than the other on any given topic.

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