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Computer Crimes: Security Implications for Attaching a Computer to a College or Departmental Network

Computer Crimes: Security Implications for Attaching a Computer to a College or Departmental Network

If you have your computer attached to the Dillard University Data Network (DUNET), whether via a College or departmental connection or via DUNET dial-up, then you need to read this manual. Your computer is connected to the Internet and, as well as keeping your machine physically secure, you need to make sure that you keep it secure from attacks coming over the network. Machines connected to the DUNET are probed every day and it is relatively...

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