Thank you for your response to this. As a matter of fact, I got this book from Computer Books Direct (Used to be the Small Computer Book Club), as one of their monthly specials.
As I did mention though, I did find the section concerning security very well written and extremely helpful and informative. But it was only a small part of a whole, and not enough for me to keep the book itself.
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about this script for Hamlet they've worked out
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