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Linux Magazine - Back Issue #137

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Learn how to destroy data so it can never be recovered, study the latest in intrusion detection systems, and take an advanced course in GNU Privacy Guard.

Cover Stories:

  • Data Destruction Techniques
: Simple tools and CLI utilities wipe out files, symbolic links, and entire disks.
  • Suricata
: The Suricata IDS leverages the GPU to protect your fast networks.
  • GPG
: Protect your documents and mail with GNU Privacy Guard. We take an advanced look at GPG security and encryption techniques.


DVD Theme: Knoppix 7.0 Live distro in 32- and 64-bit options

Linux Magazine - Back Issue #137

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Also in this issue:

  • Table of Contents
  • Comment: Who Owns It?
  • On the DVD: Knoppix 7.0
  • News
  • Tech Tools
  • Maté and Cinnamon: Backlash against Gnome 3 put these desktops front and center.
  • Synchronizing Browser Settings: Sync settings between all your computers and mobile devices.
  • The State of Gnome 3: Gnome 3 shook up the desktop; see what v3.2 brings to the table.
  • Anonymous: Take a peek at how this hacktivist group uses the Internet for social disobedience.
  • UPnP: Stream music and video on the LAN with these Linux UPnP tools.
  • Ask Klaus! Answers to your Linux questions.
  • Microdata and Microformats: Make your web pages smarter.
  • Charly: – w3af: Pen test your website.
  • Security Lessons: – SSL: Beyond trust in CAs.
  • Ggplot2: Create elegant plots with this R add-on.
  • Perl – Cut and Paste: Cut-and-paste isn’t always cut-and-dry; Perl can help.
  • Workspace – Using Git: Flashbake and gitk help you use the Git version control system to manage that next great novel.
  • Recutils: Manage your data the easy way with this handy text file database.
  • Command Line – Scrot: The command line gives you control of screenshots.
  • Doghouse – Open Source Plumbing: The DIYer can thank goodness for open source plumbing!
  • Kernel News: Zack reports on specified PIDs, boot-time speedup, and the 80-character line.

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