Napalm is an e-zine devoted to computer security, with a healthy dose of music, news, and ethics. We are committed to helping people understand how to use their computers more securely, while still enjoying the technology. If you feel you have something to contribute, or you need some technical help (professionally or otherwise), don't hesitate to drop us a line. Here's a list of topics I'd like to see covered in Napalm eventually. Email us if you're willing to contribute on these topics or on any other topic of your liking. Issues Issue 12: BBS List, Solaris 8 DoS, chroot, DSL (Oct 15, 2001) Issue 12 Addendum: Litespan Channel Bank Pair/Slot Layouts tight-chroot.patch Issue 11: Remedy Installer Holes, MARCs (Jul 16, 2001) HTML Version Issue 10: BBS List, Shareplex Holes, Chaffing (Mar 30, 2001) HTML Version Issue 9: IPSEC Tunnels, Sun Cluster Holes (Feb 5, 2001) HTML Version Issue 8: Millennium Phones, IPSEC, AT&T Assembly (Nov 28, 2000) HTML Version Issue 8 Addendum: ipsec_bridge_2.8.pl Issue 7: IPSEC & SAMBA, Resource Protection (Oct 6, 2000) HTML Version Issue 7 Addenda: ipsec_config_esp.pl ipsec_esp_2.8.pl (for OpenBSD 2.8) Issue 6: BBS List, CISSP, IPSec, ARP OS Detection (Jul 13, 2000) HTML Version PDF Version Issue 6 Addendum: induce-arp.pl Side note: A limited number of print issues of Napalm issue 6 were available at H2K Issue 5: Contemporary Telenet, Ethernet, Music (May 16, 2000) Issue 4: Securing Solaris, Just Intonation, Music (Apr 5, 2000) Issue 4 Addendum: sol.secure Issue 3: HERF Guns, AI Security, C++ (Jan 31, 2000) Issue 2: Quantum Crypto, VPNs, more gh0st.net (Dec 3, 1999) Issue 1: Onion Routing, gh0st.net, Introduction (Sep 29, 1999)
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Last updated: 12 Oct 2001