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passwd command (Unix): 3.3.2.1. Unix account creation and deletion routines
Passwd\:\:Solaris module: 3.1.4. Shadow Passwords
password field (Unix): 3.1.1. The Classic Unix Password File
password files
BSD 4.4: 3.1.3. Binary Database Format in BSD 4.4
shadow: 3.1.4. Shadow Passwords
Unix: 3.1.1. The Classic Unix Password File
passwords
program for setting/changing: 10.5. Preventing Suspicious Activities
security and: 10.5. Preventing Suspicious Activities
Unix: 3.3.2.1. Unix account creation and deletion routines
Windows NT/2000: 3.2.3. NT/2000 Passwords
PDUs (protocol data units): E. The Twenty-Minute SNMP Tutorial
Perl
advantages/disadvantages of: 1.2. How Perl Can Help
databases
managing logins: 7.5. Database Logins
monitoring from: 7.6. Monitoring Server Health
DBI, using: 7.2. Using the DBI Framework
disk quotas, editing: 2.5.1. Editing Quotas with edquota Trickery
DNS, querying
Net\:\:DNS: 5.3.2.3. Using Net::DNS
nslookup: 5.3.2.1. Using nslookup
raw sockets: 5.3.2.2. Working with raw network sockets
edquota command, calling: 2.5.1. Editing Quotas with edquota Trickery
email
dissecting mailboxes/messages: 8.3.1. Dissecting a Single Message
sending: 8.1. Sending Mail
filesystems, dealing with differences in: 2.2.5. Dealing with Filesystem Differences from Perl
functions, detecting file changes: 10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
host files, reading: 5.1. Host Files
LDAP
modifying entries: 6.4.8. Modifying Entry Names
programming: 6.4.1. LDAP Programming with Perl
LDIF, reading/writing: 6.4.5. Adding Entries with LDIF
log files
analyzing: 9.5. Log Analysis
rotating: 9.4.1. Log Rotation
scanning: 9.1. Text Logs
using unpack(): 9.2.1. Using unpack( )
modules (see modules)
networks, pinging/sniffing: 10.4.1. Perl Saves the Day
NIS, querying: 5.2. NIS, NIS+, and WINS
ODBC, using: 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
repositories: 1.5. Locating and Installing Modules
security of: 1.6. It's Not Easy Being Omnipotent
SNMP, using: 10.3.1. Using SNMP from Perl
spam, finding source of: 8.3.3. Tracking Down Spam
SQL commands, sending: 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
SQL databases, documenting: 7.4. Server Documentation
SQL Server, interacting with: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
SYN attacks, detecting: 10.4.1. Perl Saves the Day
system administration, as language for: 1.2. How Perl Can Help
using Finger: 6.2. Finger: A Simple Directory Service
using WHOIS: 6.3. The WHOIS Directory Service
using WMI: 4.2.4. Using Window Management Instrumentation (WMI)
Perl Package Manager (see PPM)
placeholders, DBI: 7.2. Using the DBI Framework
Poison Null Byte exploit: 1.6.3. Be Careful When Reading Data
PPM (Perl Package Manager): 1.5. Locating and Installing Modules
1.5.2. Installing Modules on Win32
printers, managing with ADSI: 6.5.11. Working with Print Queues and Print Jobs via ADSI
privileges: 1.6.2. Drop Your Privileges as Soon as Possible
1.6.2. Drop Your Privileges as Soon as Possible
dropping: 1.6.2. Drop Your Privileges as Soon as Possible
/proc filesystem: 4.3.3. Using the /proc Filesystem
process control
Mac OS: 4.1. MacOS Process Control
Unix: 4.3. Unix Process Control
Windows NT/2000: 4.2. NT/2000 Process Control
process handles: 4.2.2. Using the Win32::IProc Module
processes: 4. User Activity
DLLs used by: 4.2.2. Using the Win32::IProc Module
executables used by: 4.2.2. Using the Win32::IProc Module
killing
Unix: 4.3.4. Using the Proc::ProcessTable Module
Windows NT/2000: 4.2.1. Using the Microsoft Resource Kit Binaries
4.2.3. Using the Win32::Setupsup Module
listing
Mac: 4.1. MacOS Process Control
Unix: 4.3. Unix Process Control
Windows NT/2000: 4.2.1. Using the Microsoft Resource Kit Binaries
4.2.3. Using the Win32::Setupsup Module
windows open, interacting with: 4.2.3. Using the Win32::Setupsup Module
procmail program: 3.3.4. Account System Wrap-Up
Proc\:\:ProcessTable module: 4.3.4. Using the Proc::ProcessTable Module
programming, secure: 1.6. It's Not Easy Being Omnipotent
programs
for setting/changing passwords: 10.5. Preventing Suspicious Activities
password-cracking: 10.5. Preventing Suspicious Activities
properties, interface-/schema-defined: 6.5.1. ADSI Basics
protocol data units (PDUs): E. The Twenty-Minute SNMP Tutorial
providers (ADSI): 6.5.1. ADSI Basics
ps program (Unix): 4.3.1. Calling an External Program
pulist.exe (Windows NT/2000): 4.2.1. Using the Microsoft Resource Kit Binaries
pwd_mkdb command (BSD 4.4): 3.1.3. Binary Database Format in BSD 4.4


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