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Mac OS X Maximum Security [Repost]


Mac OS X Maximum Security by John Ray
English | May 23, 2003 | ISBN: 0672323818 | 768 Pages | CHM | 3.6 MB

While Mac OS X is becoming more and more stable with each release, its UNIX/BSD underpinnings have security implications that ordinary Mac users have never before been faced with. Mac OS X can be used as both a powerful Internet server, or, in the wrong hands, a very powerful attack launch point.

Yet most Mac OS X books are generally quite simplistic – with the exception of the author's Mac OS X Unleashed, the first book to address OS X's underlying BSD subsystem.

Maximum Mac OS X Security takes a similar UNIX-oriented approach, going into significantly greater depth on OS X security topics:

- Setup basics, including Airport and network topology security.
- User administration and resource management with NetInfo.
- Types of attacks, how attacks work, and how to stop them.
- Network service security, such as e-mail, Web, and file sharing.
- Intrusion prevention and detection, and hands-on detection tools.