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         Schwartau Winn:     more books (19)
  1. Information Warfare: Second Edition by Winn Schwartau, 1996-11-01
  2. Cybershock: Surviving Hackers, Phreakers, Identity Thieves, Internet Terrorists and Weapons of Mass Disruption by Winn Schwartau, 2001-03-30
  3. Time Based Security by Winn Schwartau, 1999-02-01
  4. Information Warfare by Winn Schwartau, 2010-09-07
  5. Pearl Harbor Dot Com by Winn Schwartau, 2002-01-01
  6. Complete Internet Business Toolkit by Winn Schwartau, Chris Goggans, 1996-06
  7. Internet & Computer Ethics for Kids: (and Parents & Teachers Who Haven't Got a Clue.) by Winn Schwartau, 2001-04-01
  8. Terminal Compromise: Computer Terrorism in a Networked Society by Winn Schwartau, 1991-06
  9. Winn Schwartau - Terminal Compromise by Winn Schwartau, 2009-07-12
  10. Cybershock: Surviving Hackers, Phreakers, Identity Thieves, Internet Terrorists by Winn Schwartau, 2000-01-01
  11. Low cost computer security.: An article from: Security Management by Winn Schwartau, 1994-06-01
  12. Cybershock by Winn Schwartau, 2000-01-01
  13. Pearl Harbor Dot Com by Winn Schwartau, 2002
  14. A Shitload of Practical Uses for the Most Flexible Word in the English Language: by Winn Schwartau, 2005-10-01

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43. Internet: Dynamic And Static Addresses: Information From
Schwartau, Winn. Cybershock Surviving Hackers, Phreakers, Identity Thieves, Internet Terrorists, and Weapons of Mass Disruption. New York Thunder's Mouth Press, 2000.
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Internet: Dynamic and Static Addresses
Home Library Every computer operating on the Internet has a unique IP, or Internet protocol, address. Because the Internet's original design did not take into account the vast size it would assume from the mid-1990s onward, as more and more people went online, the architecture did not account for an infinite number of IP addresses. To conserve these, an Internet service provider ( ISP ) has a limited number of permanent IP addresses, and issues temporary IP addresses for customers to use while online. The permanent and temporary IP locations are known as static and dynamic addresses, respectively. An IP address takes the form of a dot address, or a dotted quad, that looks something like this: 123.456.789.000. Each of the three-digit numbers represents 8 bits of information, forming a 32-bit address that defines the Internet protocol. Because the Internet is really a network connecting various smaller computer networks, the IP address begins with data indicating the particular network to which a computer belongs. For very large networks, a great portion of the IP number gives the local address, whereas for extremely small networks, the majority of the address identifies the network, with only the last few numbers serving as a unique identifier. In cases of computer crime or espionage, an IP address—sometimes described as a "social security number"—can be used to

44. How To Break Into A Network With Only Three Keystrokes
Winn Schwartau ( is the President of Interpact, Inc., a security awareness consulting firm. His latest books are Internet and Computer Ethics for Kids,289142,sid26_gci770991,00.html

45. Applied Data Communications / A Business-Oriented Approach By James E. Goldman
Schwartau, Winn. Securing the Enterprise. Network World 14;4 (January 27, 1997) 42 Wireless Security. Yang, Thomas. Ensuring Wireless Security, Communications Systems Design, vol
  • Firewall installation thru '98, LAN Times, vol. 13, no. 4, (February 19, 1996) p 47
  • Spending on network security 94-96, Data Communications, vol. 25, no. 9, (July 1996), p. 20
  • Bruno, Charles. From the field: users file their NOS reports. Network World, 13;40 (September 30, 1996) 51.
Security/ Business Impact
  • Communications Week , no. 567, (July 24, 1995) p. 12
  • Baron, Talila. "Internet Commerce: Safer Than You Think," Communications Week , no. 561 (June 12, 1995) p. 57
  • Reichard, Kevin. "Will Your Business Be Safe?," PC Magazine , vol. 14, no. 9, (May 16, 1995) p. 218
  • Wilder, Clinton and Bob Violino. "Online Theft," Information Week, no. 542, (August 28, 1995) p. 30
  • Baron, Talia. "New Security Fear May Hinder 'Net Commerce," Communications Week, no. 571, (August 21, 1995) p. 1
  • Barbetta, Frank. "Network Security: Examine Your Arsenal," Business Communications Review, vol. 26, no. 1, (January 1996) p. 46
  • Schuman, Evan. Main Threat to Net Security? Clueless User. Communications Week , 628, (September 16, 1996) 24
  • Violino, Bob. The Security Facade.

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