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Part IV: Network and Internet Security

This part of the book is about the ways in which individual UNIX computers communicate with one another and with the outside world, and the ways that these systems can be subverted by attackers to break into your computer system. Because many attacks come from the outside, this chapter is vital reading for anyone whose computer has outside connections.

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