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9780078822407: Windows NT Security Handbook

Sheldon's guide approaches security from the perspective of the Windows NT and addresses key issues such as protective features available within NT as well as potential security holes. Readers learn how to create defensive strategies and become familiar with different security protocols.

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Your Secret Weapon in the Network War

If you think your network is secure, think again. While Windows NT is one of the most secure network operating systems on the market, you need to fully understand and properly implement its security features to build strong network defenses. Threats are everywhere, from internal rogue users and administrators, to Internet hackers, to accidents of nature.

Attaining good network security starts by focusing on security issues and solutions. The Windows NT Security Handbook helps you do just that. Through diligent research and testing, Tom Sheldon brings you essential information to help you start defending your network right away.

In the Windows NT Security Handbook, you'll learn about the following:

  • Security holes in Windows NT and how to avoid or fix them
  • Techniques that hackers use to break into network systems
  • Analyzing, evaluating, and monitoring the security of your system
  • How to implement user accounts and file system permissions with strong security in mind
  • Protecting wide area networks that span the globe
  • Securing remote and mobile-user access to your network
  • Providing security for multi-platform, multi-application environments
  • Building Internet firewall defenses on Windows NT Server platforms
  • Encryption, electronic commerce security, virus control, and more

Security is a major problem with modern networks and should be the number one concern of network administrators everywhere. With the Windows NT Security Handbook, Tom Sheldon provides reliable insight that will help you fortify your Windows NT network.

About the Author:

Tom Sheldon (Big Sur, CA) has worked as a computer programmer, consultant, and network administrator since the late 1970's. He is the author of several highly acclaimed Osborne books including Encyclopedia of Networking, Electronic Edition, Windows NT Security Handbook, Microsoft Internet Information Server: The Complete Reference, and Windows 98 Made Easy. In the past few ears, Tom has become a recognized networking expert.

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