Evi Nemeth

Evi Nemeth Evi Nemeth (born June 7, 1940 – missing-at-sea June or July, 2013) was an engineer, author, and teacher known for her expertise in computer system administration and networks. She was the lead author of the "bibles" of system administration: ''UNIX System Administration Handbook'' (1989, 1995, 2000), ''Linux Administration Handbook'' (2002, 2006), and ''UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook'' (2010). Evi Nemeth was known in technology circles as the matriarch of system administration.

Nemeth was best known in mathematical circles for originally identifying inadequacies in the "Diffie–Hellman problem", the basis for a large portion of modern network cryptography. Provided by Wikipedia
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