An investigation and assessment of Linux Ipchains and its vulnerabilities with respect to network security
Lopez, Bryan S.
Bernstein, Raymond F. Jr.
Garcia, Vicente Chavez Jr.
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This research thesis formulates a survey of network security and IPChains, the Linux firewall. It provides a detailed description of prominent network security procedures in use today. This paper falls directly in line with the goals of Executive Order 13010, the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Plan, supports the goals of the National Security Agency's SIGINT business Plan and the goals of both the Unified and Maritime Cryptologic Architecture. It will aid in the development of the problem solving efforts of the national cryptologic organization and be used to provide critical intelligence support to the Operational command and the national intelligence community.
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