FRAMINGHAM (04/18/2000) - Batch file: A file of commands that can be configured to run automatically at a specific time or under certain conditions.

Demilitarized zone (DMZ): An area between your LAN and the Internet where Web servers and possibly firewalls sit.

Log files: Files of information that record vital statistics about network or server performance.

Router: A device that routes data packets from one LAN or WAN to another.

Firewall: A network node that prevents traffic from crossing from one network segment to Web site about security, featuring news, forums, reviews of products and Home page for NeoWorx Ltd. and its NeoTrace tool for detecting network Web site for Entrust Technologies Inc., which makes tools for managing public-key Computerworld's forums page, with links to security discussions and resources. Netscape Directory Server Administrator's Guide from iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions. Find links to password policy parameters and information about configuring a policy and managing password and account lockout A Microsoft TechNet article about designing and planning Windows NT internal security.

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