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Index: M

Mac OS
email, sending: 8.1.2. Using the OS-Specific IPC Framework.
filesystem: 2.2.3. MacOS
querying usage on: 2.6. Querying Filesystem Usage
traversing/walking: 2.4. Walking the Filesystem Using the File::Find Module
modules for: 1.5. Locating and Installing Modules
installing: 1.5.3. Installing Modules on MacOS
process control: 4.1. MacOS Process Control
reading @ARGV from a dialog: 2.4. Walking the Filesystem Using the File::Find Module
Mac\:\:Apps\:\:Launch module: 4.1. MacOS Process Control
Mac\:\:Glue module: 8.1.2. Using the OS-Specific IPC Framework.
MacPerl Module Porters: 1.5. Locating and Installing Modules
Mac\:\:Processes module: 4.1. MacOS Process Control
Mail Abuse Prevention System Realtime Blackhole List (RBL): 8.3.3.2. Checking against Internet-wide blacklists
mail transport agent (MTA): 8.1.1. Getting sendmail (or Similar Mail Transport Agent)
mailboxes, components of: 8.3.2. Dissecting a Whole Mailbox
Mail\:\:Folder module: 8.3.2. Dissecting a Whole Mailbox
Mail\:\:Header module: 8.3.1. Dissecting a Single Message
8.3.3. Tracking Down Spam
Mail\:\:Internet module: 8.3.1. Dissecting a Single Message
Mail\:\:Mailer module: 8.1.3. Speaking to the Mail Protocols Directly
Mail\:\:POP3Client module: 8.3. Receiving Mail
Mail\:\:Sendmail module: 8.1.3. Speaking to the Mail Protocols Directly
MailTools package: 8.1.3. Speaking to the Mail Protocols Directly
8.1.3. Speaking to the Mail Protocols Directly
Makefile (in /var/yp): 5.2. NIS, NIS+, and WINS
Managed Object Format (MOF): 4.2.4. Using Window Management Instrumentation (WMI)
Management Information Base (see MIB)
manager DN (LDAP): 6.4.2. The Initial LDAP Connection
managing
file shares: 6.5.10. Working with File Shares via ADSI
groups: 6.5.9. Working with Groups via ADSI
printers: 6.5.11. Working with Print Queues and Print Jobs via ADSI
user accounts, scripts for: 3.3.3. The Process Scripts
MAPI (Messaging Application Programming Interface): 8.1.2. Using the OS-Specific IPC Framework.
mapping hostnames to IP addresses: 5.1. Host Files
5.2.2. Windows Internet Name Server ( WINS)
message-digest algorithms: 10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI): 8.1.2. Using the OS-Specific IPC Framework.
MIB (Management Information Base): 10.3.1. Using SNMP from Perl
10.3.1. Using SNMP from Perl
E. The Twenty-Minute SNMP Tutorial
E.1. SNMP in Practice
E.1. SNMP in Practice
Microsoft SQL Server
communicating with Unix machines: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
documenting via ODBC module: 7.4.3. MS-SQL Server via ODBC
modules
for log files
Windows NT/2000: 9.2.3. Using the OS's Logging API
analyzing: 9.5.1. Stream Read-Count
rotating: 9.4.1. Log Rotation
choosing: 3.3.2.2. Windows NT/2000 account creation and deletion routines
command-line parsing: 10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
comparing: 10.3.1. Using SNMP from Perl
CPAN: 1.5. Locating and Installing Modules
data structures, encoding as strings: 9.5.4.1. Using Perl-only databases
10.1.2. Network Service Changes
databases, documenting: 7.4.1. MySQL Server via DBI
7.4.2. Sybase Server via DBI
date/time, converting to Unix epoch: 9.5.2. Read-Remember-Process
DBI, driver for: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
directories
current working, finding: 2.3. Walking or Traversing the Filesystem
hidden, finding: 10.2.1. Local Signs of Peril
recursive, deleting: 3.3.2.2. Windows NT/2000 account creation and deletion routines
disk quotas, manipulating: 2.5. Manipulating Disk Quotas
DNS, querying from Perl: 5.3.2.3. Using Net::DNS
email
dissecting mailboxes/messages: 8.3. Receiving Mail
filtering addresses: 9.5.3. Black Boxes
sending on Mac OS using AppleEvents: 8.1.2. Using the OS-Specific IPC Framework.
sending on Unix: 8.2.1.2. Controlling the amount of mail
sending on Windows NT: 8.1.2. Using the OS-Specific IPC Framework.
tracking statistics: 9.5.3. Black Boxes
transferring: 8.3. Receiving Mail
event-based: 3.3.1.2. Reading XML using XML::Parser
file operations, tracking on Windows NT/2000: 4.4.1. Tracking Operations on Windows NT/2000
files
detecting changes to: 10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
finding: 2.4. Walking the Filesystem Using the File::Find Module
locking: 3.3.4. Account System Wrap-Up
filesystems
querying usage: 2.6. Querying Filesystem Usage
traversing/walking: 2.4. Walking the Filesystem Using the File::Find Module
Finger operations, performing: 6.2. Finger: A Simple Directory Service
6.2. Finger: A Simple Directory Service
hostname, retrieving: 9.5.4.1. Using Perl-only databases
installing
on Mac OS: 1.5.3. Installing Modules on MacOS
on Unix: 1.5.1. Installing Modules on Unix
on Windows NT/2000: 1.5.2. Installing Modules on Win32
installing software with: 4.2.3. Using the Win32::Setupsup Module
interprocess: 8.1.2. Using the OS-Specific IPC Framework.
8.2.1.2. Controlling the amount of mail
IO\:\:Socket: 8.2.1.2. Controlling the amount of mail
launching processes from: 4.2.2. Using the Win32::IProc Module
LDAP
programming: 6.4.1. LDAP Programming with Perl
providing SSL-encrypted sessions: 6.4.2. The Initial LDAP Connection
locating: 1.5. Locating and Installing Modules
networks
detecting changes to: 10.1.2. Network Service Changes
establishing connection to: 6.2. Finger: A Simple Directory Service
monitoring: 10.3.1. Using SNMP from Perl
scripting communication: 8.1.3. Speaking to the Mail Protocols Directly
testing connectivity to hosts: 10.4.1. Perl Saves the Day
NIS data, getting: 5.2. NIS, NIS+, and WINS
open ports on Windows NT/2000, listing: 4.4.1. Tracking Operations on Windows NT/2000
owner of host, finding: 6.4.10. Putting It All Together
packets, dissecting: 10.4.1. Perl Saves the Day
passwords, reading: 10.5. Preventing Suspicious Activities
pathnames, parsing: 2.4. Walking the Filesystem Using the File::Find Module
process control
on Mac OS: 4.1. MacOS Process Control
on Unix: 4.3.4. Using the Proc::ProcessTable Module
on Windows NT/2000: 4.2.2. Using the Win32::IProc Module
switch processing: 2.5.1. Editing Quotas with edquota Trickery
SYN packets, finding: 10.4.1. Perl Saves the Day
user accounts
adding/removing: 3.3.2.2. Windows NT/2000 account creation and deletion routines
checking: 3.1.1. The Classic Unix Password File
Windows NT/2000, managing: 3.2.1. NT/2000 User Identity Storage and Access
3.2.5. NT/2000 User Rights
for using
ADSI from Perl: 6.5.2. Using ADSI from Perl
Berkeley libraries: 8.3.3.1. Checking against a local blacklist
9.5.4.1. Using Perl-only databases
DBI: 7.2. Using the DBI Framework
ODBC: 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
sockets: 8.2.1.2. Controlling the amount of mail
WHOIS clients, creating: 6.3. The WHOIS Directory Service
writing your own: 10.5. Preventing Suspicious Activities
XML
debugging output: 3.3.1.2. Reading XML using XML::Parser
reading/writing: 3.3.1.1. Writing XML from Perl
MOF (Managed Object Format): 4.2.4. Using Window Management Instrumentation (WMI)
monitoring
networks
using Perl: 10.4.1. Perl Saves the Day
using SNMP from Perl: 10.3.1. Using SNMP from Perl
security
detecting changes: 10.1. Noticing Unexpected or Unauthorized Changes
suspicious activities: 10.5. Preventing Suspicious Activities
Mozilla\:\:LDAP module: 6.4.1. LDAP Programming with Perl
6.4.2. The Initial LDAP Connection
6.4.5. Adding Entries with LDIF
directory entries
adding/deleting: 6.4.6. Adding Entries with Standard LDAP Operations
modifying: 6.4.8. Modifying Entry Names
searching: 6.4.3. Performing LDAP Searches
generating host file with: 6.4.10. Putting It All Together
msgina.dll file, security and: 10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
MTA (mail transport agent): 8.1.1. Getting sendmail (or Similar Mail Transport Agent)
MySQL
database: D. The Fifteen-Minute SQL Tutorial
server, documenting via DBI module: 7.4.1. MySQL Server via DBI


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