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ACL tip: Quickly View/Print Table Layout

To quickly view or print the table layout in ACL, type dis in the ACL command line (dis is short for display).

The table layout contains information about the fields in a table, such as field names, field type (ASCII, Date, Numeric), field length, and most importantly, the expressions used to create computed fields. For more info on computed fields, see What is a Computed Field?

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Great Security Cheatsheets (Free)

Lenny Zeltser not only created some great security cheatsheets, he compiled a list of some good reference guides developed by others.

Why should you trust his FREE cheatsheets? Lenny leads a security consulting practice, teaches malware analysis, explores security topics at conferences and in articles, and volunteers as an incident handler at the Internet Storm Center.

So whether you want to learn more about specific security practices or just have a quick reference, you’ll want these cheatsheets.

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