Firewals & Internet Security

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Protecting Your Web Site With Firewalls 
by Marcus Goncalves, Vinicius A. Goncalves 
Featuring a clear, conversational style, this reference cuts through the theory, acronyms and jargon common in many books on Web security to focus on proven, reliable firewall solutions. The book includes practical examples, illustrations, and step-by-step instructions on the "hows and whys" of setting up firewalls. The CD-ROM contains trial versions of many commercially available tools. 

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Firewalls and Internet Security : Repelling the Wily Hacker (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing)  - by William R. Cheswick, Steven M. Bellovin 
These authors are both well-known senior researchers at AT&T Bell Labs, and this book is based on their actual experiences maintaining, improving, and redesigning AT&T's Internet gateway. They show why the most popular technologies for keeping intruders out are insufficient, while providing a step-by-step guide to their solution--building firewall gateways. 

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Building Internet Firewalls 
by D. Brent Chapman, Elizabeth D. Zwicky, Deborah Russell (Editor) 
Simply put, a firewall is a way to restrict access between the Internet and your company's internal network. It enables you to get out to the Net while keeping unauthorized people from breaking into your systems. This is a solid, definitive text for building Internet firewalls that every system administrator who is connecting to the Net should ow

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PC Week Intranet and Internet Firewalls Strategies 
by Edward G. Amoroso, Ed Amoroso 
This complete guide shows why you need firewalls and how they work. Master the essential basics of firewalls: configurations, protocol issues, administration and more. By identifying the real threats to your network, you can establish packet filters or application-level gateways before security is breached. 

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