In the world of open source software, the Concurrent Versions System (CVS) was the tool of choice for version control for many years. And rightly so. CVS was open source software itself, and its nonrestrictive modus operandi and support for networked operation allowed dozens of geographically dispersed programmers to share their work. It fit the collaborative nature of the open source world very well. CVS and its semi-chaotic development model have since become cornerstones of open source culture. But CVS was not without its flaws, and simply fixing those flaws promised to be an enormous effort. Enter Subversion. Subversion was designed to be a successor to CVS, and its originators set out to win the hearts of CVS users in two ways, by creating an open source system with a design (and “look and feel”) similar to CVS, and by attempting to avoid most of CVS's noticeable flaws. While the result wasn't and isn't the next great evolution in version control design, Subversion is very powerful, very usable, and very flexible.
This book is focused on Firepower essentials. In it, you will find practical, best practice recommendations for configuring and using Firepower. Each best practice is listed in the table of contents so you can quickly find it along with an explanation of why it is important.
Essential Firepower will help you learn how to effectively configure and use this system, what is important, and what is not. The best way to use this book is to read each of the recommendations with their associated explanation and decide if they are right for you. Not every recommendation will be applicable to your Firepower deployment. However, you will find that most will provide valuable real-world information and insight into the type of tuning that will bring out the true value and potential of your Firepower system.
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-Do you want to learn what it takes to become a Cybersecurity Specialist?
-Do you want to know what types of Cybersecurity roles exist and how much money can you make?
-Do you want to create or enhance your LinkedIn profile, so recruiters would find you?
If the answer is yes to the above questions, this book is for you!
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This book will teach you how you can protect yourself from most common hacking attacks — by knowing how hacking actually works! After all, in order to prevent your system from being compromised, you need to stay a step ahead of any criminal hacker. You can do that by learning how to hack and how to do a counter-hack.
Within this book are techniques and tools that are used by both criminal and ethical hackers – all the things that you will find here will show you how information security can be compromised and how you can identify an attack in a system that you are trying to protect. At the same time, you will also learn how you can minimise any damage in your system or stop an ongoing attack.
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At the time this book is being written, economists and the media are predicting the next development in Bitcoin's meteoric rise, and waiting with bated breath for its fall. Some say investing in Bitcoin is better than investing in the stock market, while others say that Bitcoin is worth about as much as Monopoly money-that is, less than nothing. The truth is that the cryptocurrency market is a market that is still young. This book will not give you conclusive advice or predictions-nobody can see the future. What it will do is explain cryptocurrency concepts in a way that's easy to understand, and tell you how to earn money in a low-risk way.