Dissecting the Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network

Dissecting the Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network

by Jayson E. Street, Kent Nabors
     
 

Dissecting the Hack is one heck of a ride! Hackers, IT professionals, and Infosec aficionados will find a gripping story that takes the reader on a global trip through the world of computer security exploits. One half massive case study, one half technical manual, Dissecting the Hack has it all - learn all about hacking tools and techniques and how

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Dissecting the Hack is one heck of a ride! Hackers, IT professionals, and Infosec aficionados will find a gripping story that takes the reader on a global trip through the world of computer security exploits. One half massive case study, one half technical manual, Dissecting the Hack has it all - learn all about hacking tools and techniques and how to defend your network against threats.

Yes, the security threats are real - read more about the tactics that you see executed throughout the story in the second half of the book where you will learn to recon, scan, explore, exploit and expunge with the tools and techniques shown in the story. Every hack is real and can be used by you once you have the knowledge within this book!



  • Utilizes actual hacking and security tools in its story- helps to familiarize a newbie with the many devices and their code
  • Introduces basic hacking techniques in real life context for ease of learning
  • Presented in the words of the hacker/security pro, effortlessly envelops the beginner in the language of the hack

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781597494786
Publisher:
Syngress Publishing
Publication date:
09/17/2009
Pages:
440
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.00(d)

What People are saying about this

"Welcome to hacker fiction -- like SciFi, but you don't get to make the good stuff up."
—Dan Kaminsky, Director of Penetration testing IOActive, Inc. IOActive

"There have been many sensationalist books on hackers, and this isn't one of them. Get a feeling for what it's really about and follow through with the technical details. Fun like Star Trek, but comes with the blueprints."
—FX of Phenoelit Recurity Labs GmbH

"A great read, whether you're a geek or not. Hollywood should take notes...a gripping story centered around real tech."
—Johnny Long, Professional hacker, best-selling author and founder of Hackers For Charity, Inc. HFC

"'Dissecting the Hack: the F0rb1dd3n Network' is an educational thriller, the reader is thoroughly entertained and yet walks away with an understanding of the importance of information security theory and practice."
—Stephen Northcutt, President, The SANS Technology Institute SANS

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Meet the Author

Jayson E. Street is the principle partner in Stratagem One Solutions, an Information Security and Penetration Testing consultancy (http://stratagem-one.com). Jayson has consulted with the FBI on attempted breaches of networks resulting in the capture and successful prosecution of the perpetrators. Jayson has also consulted with the Secret Service on wireless security and cyber crime investigations. Other projects have included conducting a three day training course on Intrusion Detection Systems for an undisclosed government agency in Washington D.C. He also created and taught a workshop on ethical pen-testing with Backtrack 3 for ISSA. At the request of the FBI, he was a guest speaker at the INFRAGARD 2004 wireless conference where he presented the current status of the hacking underground. In addition, he's addressed issues concerning wireless security and some solutions to secure it. In June of 2005 and July 2006 he discussed the challenges of educating upper management on the challenges of Information Security at The University of Advancing Technologies Tech Forum. And in 2008 he gave a presentation at the Cyber Crimes Alliance meeting at the invitation of the Secret Service.

Kent Nabors serves as Vice President of Information Security for a multi-billion dollar financial institution. He has significant experience in both the banking and IT industries. He has worked in bank examinations with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Federal Reserve Bank. Kent's background includes security policy development, systems implementation, incident response, and training development. Kent received his Master of Business Administration from the University ofOklahoma.

Dustin L. Fritz [BSISS; E|CSA] is owner and Chief Executive Officer of The Computer Network Defense Group LLC in Owings Mills, Maryland providing executive-level strategic and tactical cybersecurity consulting services. He specializes in Information Operations Conditions, Information Assurance Vulnerability Management, risk and vulnerability assessments, certification-n-accreditation, security awareness and planning, configuration management, and incident response team development. Dustin has over 10 years of Information Assurance and Computer Network Defense (CND) experience, with core foundations in creating enterprise-wide CND strategies for the Department of the Navy, realigning incident response throughout the United States Pacific Fleet, and implementing the first-ever Information Operations Condition response team (IRT). Dustin's contributions and outstanding achievements in cybersecurity have been consistently recognized over the years by the United States Navy and the Secretary of the Navy; most recently in November 2007 for his actions in attaining 100 percent readiness for all Forward Deployed Naval Forces. Dustin holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Security (BSISS) from Westwood College out of Denver, Colorado and is a EC-Council | Certified Security Analyst (E|CSA). He is an active member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Association of Information Technology Professionals, the Cyber Warfare Forum Initiative and can always be found speaking in public about cybersecurity and providing professional mentoring. Along with being the technical editor for Dissecting the Hack: The Forbidden Network, Dustin has also contributed to Syngress' CompTIA Network+ Certification Study Guide (2009) (ISBN-10: 1597494291; ISBN-13: 978-1597494298) as a technical editor and author.

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