Anti-hacker Tool Kit

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McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2002 - Computers - 711 pages
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Get in–depth details on the most effective security tools and learn how to use them with this hands-on resource. A must-have companion to the best-selling security book Hacking Exposed, this toolkit includes tips and configuration advice for getting the best results from the creators of the top hacking tools in use today.

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Keith J. Jones is a contributing author of Hacker's Challenge (Osborne). He is a computer forensic consultant for Foundstone, one of the top security firms. His primary area of concentration is incident response program development and computer forensics. Jones specializes in log analysis, computer crime investigations, forensic tool analysis and specialized attack and penetration testing. At Foundstone, Jones has investigated several different types of cases including intellectual property theft, financial embezzlement, negligence, and external attacks. Bradley C. Johnson is currently the manager of the Network and Security.Group at Viaken Systems, a biotech IT provider. Johnson is responsible for the security and functionality of both Viaken's internal network as well as its customers' networks. He has a great deal of experience with tools used to protect and monitor computer networks, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, vulnerability and port scanners, network-wide system monitors, and log archival tools.

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