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The Ultimate Guide to Google Personalized Search
In early 2007 Google re-launched their personalized search program and that combined with other moves at Google this year have led me to believe there is much to be understood in this area as we move into 2008. These issues are extremely important for consideration in you marketing efforts so get strapped in for the ride.
Mission Critical Internet Security
Ebook Free Download : Mission Critical Internet Security, Bradley Dunsmore, Syngress | he best security for a network segment is isolation, but that’s not an option if you want your users to enjoy Internet connectivity. Mission Critical Internet Security explores your options for protecting your network from attack across the Internet, emphasizing firewall solutions from Cisco, Symantec, Microsoft, and Check Point. This book begins with general advice about how to set up a comprehensive system of defenses (comprising a firewall, an intrusion detection system, authentication and cryptography schemes, and protocols like IPsec). It concludes with information (this is the bulk of the authors’ work) on the specifics of configuring several products.
You’ll enjoy the war stories that appear as sidebars; they call your attention to common errors (and make you feel better if you’ve made them). You’ll also appreciate the carefully considered question-and-answer sections that explain umpteen design alternatives (SOCKS proxy versus Winsock proxy, for example) and engineering challenges (one example: building an IPsec virtual private network between firewalls from different manufacturers). Product-specific sections on Microsoft Proxy Server, Cisco PIX, Symantec Raptor, and Check Point FireWall-1 include a lot of detail, and Syngress promises to keep up with manufacturer upgrades (via Web updates to this book) for at least a year. Worth its price for its conceptual information alone (particularly the IPsec part), this book will really please you if you’re installing one of the firewalls it focuses on. –David Wall
Topics covered: How to protect a private network from outside intrusion, while allowing its users Internet access and connectivity via virtual private networks (VPNs). Particularly detailed coverage goes to IPsec, Kerberos, Cisco PIX, Symantec (formerly Axent) Raptor, Microsoft Proxy Server, and Check Point FireWall-1.
Interconnecting Smart Objects with IP: The Next Internet
Interconnecting Smart Objects with IP: The Next Internet | Smart object technology, sometimes called the Internet of Things, is having a profound impact on our day-to-day lives. Interconnecting Smart Objects with IP is the first book that takes a holistic approach to the revolutionary area of IP-based smart objects. Smart objects are the intersection of networked embedded systems, wireless sensor networks, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, mobile telephony and telemetry, and mobile computer networking. This book consists of three parts, Part I focuses on the architecture of smart objects networking, Part II covers the hardware, software, and protocols for smart objects, and Part III provides case studies on how and where smart objects are being used today and in the future. The book covers the fundamentals of IP communication for smart objects, IPv6, and web services, as well as several newly specified low-power IP standards such as the IETF 6LoWPAN adaptation layer and the RPL routing protocol. This book contains essential information not only for the technical reader but also for policy makers and decision makers in the area of smart objects both for private IP networks and the Internet.
This guidebook provides an excellent overview and a fair amount of architectural detail of the underlying IPv6 Technologies that will make Ubiquitous Computing and the “Internet of Things” possible. With an approbation by Vint Cerf the TCP/IP and Internet Pioneer it introduces a mature technical discussion of the technologies that will make Internetworked Intelligent Objects a reality. It provides a good balance between technical architecture and a review of the issues that this technology will introduce in public policy. A variety of applications for this IPv6 Internet of Things is given including Smart Grid, Metering, and Smart Building Technologies. Since this is the first Ubiquitous Computing review that focuses on the IP-Internetworking architecture I would have looked forward to greater detail painting the applications environment in terms of the underlying implementation architecture. For example, I could see a useful chapter on Medical Internetworking, Biophysical Sensors and the Networking/Privacy/HIPAA Compliance Issues as they are affected by Internetwork technologies.
Internet and Intranet Security, Second Edition Book
Many security problems with networks in general and the Internet in particular have received public attention, and the media have carried stories of high-profile malicious attacks by way of the Internet against government, business, and academic sites. Perhaps the first and most significant incident was the Internet Worm, launched by Robert T. Morris, Jr., on November 2, 1988 [1, 2]. The Internet Worm flooded thousands of hosts interconnected to the Internet and woke up the Internet community accordingly.
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You probably have heard about the Internet by now, but you might not have heard about the mobile Internet. If you haven’t, you’re not alone. In fact, you’re in good company: Billions of people are in the same situation. If you’re using the mobile Internet, you have connected to the Internet by way of a wireless carrier data connection, usually to get made-for-mobile information and applications to display on your mobile phone screen. This chapter helps clarify what the heck we’re talking about, what all the fuss is about, and why you should care about the mobile Internet — at least enough to try out the mobile Internet. We’re pretty sure that you’ll like it if you give it a try. If you think that being Internet-savvy might be beneficial, don’t necessarily bank on it. The mobile Internet isn’t the little brother of the Internet. It’s different enough that you need a different mindset, and a different understanding specific to the mobile Internet maze, to navigate it effectively. Later in this chapter we explain that difference.
Building and Integrating Virtual Private Networks with Openswan Book
The Internet was, in fact, not invented by Al Gore. If one could bestow the invention of the Internet onto a single person, this person would be Jon Postel. However, he is not considered as the inventor of the Internet. By most, he is considered the first Guardian of the Internet. The key to the Internet's success is that these millions of computers are able to communicate to one another without disrupting the communications of other computers trying to accomplish the same thing. At the core of that success is the Internet Protocol (IP). Another essential part of the Internet is the lack of central control, and the absence of any third-party approval—be it governmental or corporate—before one may communicate.
Securing VoIP Networks THREATS, VULNERABILITIES, AND COUNTERMEASURES Addison Wesley Book
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The Internet and American Business Book
Publisher: The MIT Press | ISBN: 0262012405 | edition 2008 | PDF | 592 pages | 12,3 mb
When we think of the Internet, we generally think of Amazon, Google, Hotmail, Napster, MySpace, and other sites for buying products, searching for information, downloading entertainment, chatting with friends, or posting photographs. In the academic literature about the Internet, however, these uses are rarely covered. The Internet and American Business fills this gap, picking up where most scholarly histories of the Internet leave off—with the commercialization of the Internet established and its effect on traditional business a fact of life. These essays, describing challenges successfully met by some companies and failures to adapt by others, are a first attempt to understand a dynamic and exciting period of American business history.
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