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Mac OS X Server 10.6: Die Kommunikationszentrale für Mac, Windows, Linux und iPhone

Mac OS X Server 10.6: Die Kommunikationszentrale für Mac, Windows, Linux und iPhone

By: André Aulich

Publisher: O'Reilly Verlag

Publication Date: 28-FEB-2010

Insert Date: 10-APR-2012

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Seit Veröffentlichung von Mac OS X Server 10.6 hat Apple ein Serverprodukt zur Unterstützung beliebig vieler Clients für unter 500 EUR am Markt. Die Vielzahl an Kommunikationsdiensten wie iChat, Mail, Wikis, Apache, Adressbuch, Kalender und Push-Funktionalität ermöglicht es dem Anwender, einen einzelnen Apple-Server zum Zentrum seiner internen und externen Kommunikation zu machen, wobei diese Dienste nicht nur sehr einfach zu konfigurieren sind, sondern auch in ihrer Erscheinung und Bedienbarkeit erstklassig wirken. Etwas Basiswissen zu Routing, Mailserver-Funktionalität, Webservern, DNS und...

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OS X Exploits and Defense

OS X Exploits and Defense

By: Paul Baccas; Kevin Finisterre; Larry H.; David Harley; Gary Porteus; Chris Hurley; Johnny Long

Publisher: Syngress

Publication Date: 18-APR-2011

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Contrary to popular belief, there has never been any shortage of Macintosh-related security issues. OS9 had issues that warranted attention. However, due to both ignorance and a lack of research, many of these issues never saw the light of day. No solid techniques were published for executing arbitrary code on OS9, and there are no notable legacy Macintosh exploits. Due to the combined lack of obvious vulnerabilities and accompanying exploits, Macintosh appeared to be a solid platform. Threats to Macintosh's OS X operating system are increasing in sophistication and number. Whether it is...

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Mac OS® X Maximum Security

Mac OS® X Maximum Security

By: John Ray; Dr. William Ray

Publisher: Sams

Publication Date: 13-MAY-2003

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While Mac OS X is becoming more and more stable with each release, its UNIX/BSD underpinnings have security implications that ordinary Mac users have never before been faced with. Mac OS X can be used as both a powerful Internet server, or, in the wrong hands, a very powerful attack launch point. Yet most Mac OS X books are generally quite simplistic -- with the exception of the author's Mac OS X Unleashed, the first book to address OS X's underlying BSD subsystem. Maximum Mac OS X Security takes a similar UNIX-oriented approach, going into significantly greater depth on OS X...