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Securing Linux systems and applications; understanding Linux security features.

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practice and thus when the flash player tried to assemble the content it corrupted memory. What's particularly fun/interesting is the targeting of Linux - because Windows is the dominant target for these … kinds of attacks. Linux tends to be more challenging because users are typically more cognizant of their threat level and take precautions. That's obviously not a golden rule by any means, but if …
answered Jul 27 '14 by Nick
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I'd recommend Virtutech's SIMICS software. Note that Virtutech was bought by Intel and assigned to their subsidiary: Wind River. Simics is a SIMULATOR, which has important distinctions from an EMULAT …
answered Mar 30 '15 by Nick