It doesn't take long these days for a website owner to become aware just how many people there are out there just waiting to break into your site. That's why a book like this is so handy. The authors Hollar and Murphy describe the fundamentals of implimenting a security strategy for your site. They include a discussion of the underlying protocols of the Internet to lay a foundation for the technical aspects of protecting your site from intruders, hackers, hijackers, and your basic script kiddies. Every web site owner needs to be aware of computer security issues to protect their sites, their data, and their users.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our July, 2005 issue.
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