Infosecurity Europe 2005 - First Issue of (IN)SECURE Magazine Available for Download
by Berislav Kucan - Wednesday, 27 April 2005.


During the second day of Infosecurity Europe 2005 Conference, HNS announced the first issue of (IN)SECURE Magazine, a freely available, freely distributable digital security magazine in PDF format. The first issue has 46 pages and the included topics are:
  • Does Firefox really provide more security than Internet Explorer?
  • Security risks associated with portable storage devices
  • 10 tips on protecting customer information from identity theft
  • Linux security - is it ready for the average user?
  • How to secure your wireless network
  • Considerations for preventing information leakage
  • An introduction to securing Linux with Apache, ProFTPd & Samba
  • Security vulnerabilities in PHP Web applications
Download the magazine (5.8 MB)

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