Hacking exposed: network security secrets and solutions

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill - Computers - 729 pages

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A very basic look at methods of compromising computer security. The book is aimed at legitimate Computer Systems Administrators and teaches where the usual security holes are in Windows based networks ... Read full review

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Brilliant book. Every security practitioner & sysadmin should read it. Read full review

Contents

Giving Up the Goods
2
Summary
28
Determining Which Services Are Running or Listening
37
Windows NT 2000 Enumeration
64
Novell Enumeration
95
BGP Route Enumeration
109
Win 9x Remote Exploits
117
Win 9x Local Exploits
129
Privilege Escalation
241
Covering Tracks
258
The Future of Windows 2000
269
Novel NetWare Hacking
275
Using All the Dirty Tricks to Get In
390
Generic DoS Attacks
508
Summary
524
V13 Remote Control lnsecurities
530

Windows Millennium Edition Me
135
Overview
143
The Quest for Administrator
144
Consolidation of Power
175
The Ultimate Compromise
211
Hacking Windows 2000
219
Enumeration
226
V14 Advanced Techniques
553
V15 Web Hacking
591
Malicious Mobile Code
637
SSL Fraud
656
IRC Hacking
687
B Top 14 Security Vulnerabilities
701
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