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Linux User and Developer  |  Issue 182  


CAPTURE INTRUDERS
Organisations are always innovating to maintain a proactive defence against internet threats. To achieve this they create real structures for potential attackers in the hope of fooling them into thinking that their attack is being
carried out against a real infrastructure. In this feature we look at honeypots, which are either software or a set of assets that tries to ‘seduce’ attackers by pretending to be a vulnerable system and once attackers are lured in, the honeypot studies the attack behaviour to learn the latest techniques that need to be countered.
"Every issue of Linux User & Developer is packed with tips, tricks and tutorials created by professionals to help you do more with your Linux system and expand your programming knowledge.

The magazine also features a dedicated, practical Raspberry Pi section packed with maker projects, and full of advice and essential techniques for building and coding with the iconic SBC.

Please note: Digital versions of the magaszines do not include the convermount items or supplements that you would find on printed edtitions."
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Linux User and Developer   |   Issue 182   


CAPTURE INTRUDERS
Organisations are always innovating to maintain a proactive defence against internet threats. To achieve this they create real structures for potential attackers in the hope of fooling them into thinking that their attack is being
carried out against a real infrastructure. In this feature we look at honeypots, which are either software or a set of assets that tries to ‘seduce’ attackers by pretending to be a vulnerable system and once attackers are lured in, the honeypot studies the attack behaviour to learn the latest techniques that need to be countered.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Linux User and Developer magazine print subscription.
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