The CEH Prep Guide: The Comprehensive Guide to Certified Ethical Hacking

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 22, 2007 - Computers - 738 pages
  • The Certified Ethical Hacker program began in 2003 and ensures that IT professionals apply security principles in the context of their daily job scope
  • Presents critical information on footprinting, scanning, enumeration, system hacking, trojans and backdoors, sniffers, denial of service, social engineering, session hijacking, hacking Web servers, and more
  • Discusses key areas such as Web application vulnerabilities, Web-based password cracking techniques, SQL injection, wireless hacking, viruses and worms, physical security, and Linux hacking
  • Contains a CD-ROM that enables readers to prepare for the CEH exam by taking practice tests
 

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Contents

Legality and Ethics
25
Penetration Testing for Business
47
The PreAttack Phases
71
Scanning
91
Enumerating
117
Attack Techniques and Tools
143
Trojans Backdoors and Sniffers
169
Denial of Service Attacks and Session Hijacking
207
Cryptography
347
Cracking Web Passwords
379
PartV Advanced Topics
399
The IEEE 802 11 Family
408
Wired Equivalent Privacy WEP
417
WPAandWPA2
426
Securing WLANs
436
Firewalls Intrusion Detection Systems and Honeypots
449

Penetration Testing Steps
231
Linux Hacking Tools
251
Social Engineering and Physical Security
267
Web Server and Database Attacks
299
SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
327
Viruses Worms and Buffer Overflows
483
Appendix A Answers to Assessment Questions
499
Appendix B Glossary of Terms and Acronyms
625
Whats on the CD
707
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RONALD L. KRUTZ, Ph.D., P.E., CISSP, ISSEP, is the Chief Knowledge Officer of Cybrinth, LLC. Dr. Krutz is the author of numerous bestselling publications in the area of information systems security, and is a consulting editor for John Wiley and Sons for its information security book series.

RUSSELL DEAN VINES, CISSP, CISM, Security +, CCNA, MCSE, MCNE, is Chief Security Advisor for Gotham Technology Group, LLC. He is the author or coauthor of numerous bestselling information system security publications, and is a consulting editor for John Wiley and Sons for its information security book series.

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