XSA Attack Stopping the cross-site authentication attack

Nov 01, 2005

A new form of phishing attack deposits an HTML tag on the vulnerable service to trap users into authenticating.

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FCKEditor Editing web pages with FCKeditor

Oct 01, 2005

Small sites often have outdated information because the webmaster doesn’t have time to keep all the pages up to date. Even something as simple as a spelling correction might take days to change. FCKEditor frees the webmaster by letting the user take charge.

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INSECURITY NEWS / USERFRIENDLY

Sep 01, 2005
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Books

Aug 01, 2005
Postfix Apache Security...
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Admin Workshop: User Management Managing Linux User Accounts

Jul 01, 2005

The steps for setting up new accounts in Linux are automated and often use GUI-based tools. Under the hood, a number of mechanisms give the new user an environment to match his or her needs. In this month’s Admin Workshop we discuss techniques for setting up accounts.

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Charly's Column The Sysadmin’s Daily Grind: Mail and Queuegraph

Jun 01, 2005

Worms, mail bombs, and users who send multiple megabyte Powerpoint files across the wire give Postfix administrators plenty of reasons to view their charges with a critical eye from time to time.

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Books

May 01, 2005
Sendmail Milters: A Guide for Fighting Spam How Linux Works: What Every Superuser Should Know...
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Admin Workshop Identd Insider Tips: Identd with Linux-based Servers

Apr 01, 2005

In last month’s issue of Admin Workshop, we introduced tools that help admins get services up and running. This month, we will show how you can use the Ident protocol to associate a user name with a TCP connection.

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