Books reviewed

Book reviews that I've done:

Absolute OpenBSD, 2nd Edition

If you're following BSD related news, you probably would have know about Absolute OpenBSD, 2nd Edition. The author is Michael W. Lucas, well known for fantastic technical books (Absolute FreeBSD, Network Flow Analysis, SSH Mastery, DNSSEC Mastery & others ). A while ago, I got hold of this book, Absolute OpenBSD 2nd Edition (in short, AO2E), and spent some time on it. These are my findings, it may not be the whole truth but it is definitely how I understand it.

DNSSEC Mastery

For the past few days, I've spent most of my reading time with a new book titled DNSSEC Mastery. The author of the book is Michael W. Lucas, again (from my not too long ago book review blog post, Absolute OpenBSD 2nd Edition). He's now one of my favorite tech book author, upgraded from "favorite blog author". The "upgrade" was done after reading another of his new book published by No Starch Press, Absolute OpenBSD 2nd Edition. This review is the result of my reading of DNSSEC Mastery. It may not be the whole truth, but at least this is what I've understand from it.

Here it goes:

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