Hacking Exposed Linux: Linux Security Secrets and Solutions (Google eBook)

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 15, 2008 - Computers - 813 pages
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The Latest Linux Security Solutions

This authoritative guide will help you secure your Linux network--whether you use Linux as a desktop OS, for Internet services, for telecommunications, or for wireless services. Completely rewritten the ISECOM way, Hacking Exposed Linux, Third Edition provides the most up-to-date coverage available from a large team of topic-focused experts. The book is based on the latest ISECOM security research and shows you, in full detail, how to lock out intruders and defend your Linux systems against catastrophic attacks.

  • Secure Linux by using attacks and countermeasures from the latest OSSTMM research
  • Follow attack techniques of PSTN, ISDN, and PSDN over Linux
  • Harden VoIP, Bluetooth, RF, RFID, and IR devices on Linux
  • Block Linux signal jamming, cloning, and eavesdropping attacks
  • Apply Trusted Computing and cryptography tools for your best defense
  • Fix vulnerabilities in DNS, SMTP, and Web 2.0 services
  • Prevent SPAM, Trojan, phishing, DoS, and DDoS exploits
  • Find and repair errors in C code with static analysis and Hoare Logic

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Contents

Hacking the System
39
Hacking the Users
363
Care and Maintenance
493
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

ISECOM (Institute for Security and Open Methodologies) is an open, nonprofit security research organization established in January 2001 with the mission to make sense of security. The research project team involved in the making of this book is also involved in other ISECOM projects such as the Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual, Hacker Highschool, and the professional security certifications and trainings: OPST, OPSA, OPSE, and OWSE.

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