Hacker Proof

Hacker Proof : The Ultimate Guide to Network Security

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Hacker Proof: The Ultimate Guide to Network Security provides a detailed examination of the security concepts network administrators, programmers, and Webmasters must know. The first edition was the original Hacker book and now the updated second edition is even better! Nonprogrammers will readily understand security threats and the steps they must perform to prevent them. Programmers will be thrilled with the detailed programming examples that demonstrate how hackers penetrate the most secure computer systems, The book's companion CD-ROM includes software users can run to test their system's security and look at hacker scenarios.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 750 pages
  • 187.96 x 228.6 x 38.1mm | 1,156.65g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Delmar Cengage Learning
  • Clifton Park, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0766862712
  • 9780766862715

Table of contents

Understanding the Risks: An Introduction to Internet-Enabled Networks. Understanding Networks & TCP/IP. Understanding and Using Firewalls. Protecting Your Transmissions with Encryption. Verifying Information Sources Using Digital Signatures. Introducing Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP). Understanding Secure Hypertext Transport Protocol (S-HTTP). Using the Secure Socket Layer for Secure Internet Transmissions. Identifying and Defending Against Some Common Hacker Attacks. Using Kerberos Key Exchange on Distributed Systems. Protecting Yourself During the Commission of Internet Commerce. Using Audit Trails to Track and Repel Intruders. Security Issues Surrounding the Java Programming Language. Inoculating Your System Against Viruses. Securing Windows 2000 Against Attacks. Security for Wireless and Handheld Devices. Unix (Linux) and X-Windows Security. Testing your System's Vulnerabilities. Exposing Yourself to the World: Web Browser Security Issues. Defending Yourself From Hostile Scripts. Putting It All Together: Creating a Network Security Policy.show more

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