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From: David Wheeler (dwheeler_at_ida.org)
Date: Mon Dec 30 2002 - 09:33:26 CST
Bob Bruen <coldrainsover.net> said:
>Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2002 18:16:39 -0500 (EST)
>To: Rahul Chander Kashyap <rahulnsecure.net>
> Here is a list of related books:
Please don't forget my book, particularly since you can download
and read it immediately, it has MUCH more practical/applied material
than almost all the other books you listed, and I keep it up-to-date.
Don't ignore electronic media, ESPECIALLY when you're trying to
securing electronic media!!
Wheeler, David A. Secure Programming for Linux and Unix HOWTO.
If you need a "short list", get these three books:
* Wheeler (my book) - it concentrate on Unix/Linux,
though much applies to Windows.
* Howard & LeBlanc book - its title is misleading, because
it's really only about Windows, though with some effort you can apply
some of it to Unix/Linux; for Windows, it's very good.
* Viega - it tries to cover all, though it angles more to
Each covers issues the others don't.
--- David A. Wheeler