Hacker's Challenge 3: 20 Brand New Forensic Scenarios & Solutions

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The stories about phishing attacks against banks are so true-to-life, it’s chilling.” —Joel Dubin, CISSP, Microsoft MVP in Security

Every day, hackers are devising new ways to break into your network. Do you have what it takes to stop them? Find out in Hacker’s Challenge 3. Inside, top-tier security experts offer 20 brand-new, real-world network security incidents to test your computer forensics and response skills. All the latest hot-button topics are covered, including ...

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Overview

The stories about phishing attacks against banks are so true-to-life, it’s chilling.” —Joel Dubin, CISSP, Microsoft MVP in Security

Every day, hackers are devising new ways to break into your network. Do you have what it takes to stop them? Find out in Hacker’s Challenge 3. Inside, top-tier security experts offer 20 brand-new, real-world network security incidents to test your computer forensics and response skills. All the latest hot-button topics are covered, including phishing and pharming scams, internal corporate hacking, Cisco IOS, wireless, iSCSI storage, VoIP, Windows, Mac OS X, and UNIX/Linux hacks, and much more. Each challenge includes a detailed explanation of the incident—how the break-in was detected, evidence and clues, technical background such as log files and network maps, and a series of questions for you to solve. In Part II, you’ll get a detailed analysis of how the experts solved each incident.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072263046
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne
  • Publication date: 7/1/2006
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 1,236,903
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

David Pollino has a strong background in security, wireless, and networking. David is currently a security practitioner working in financial services. During his career, he has worked for an industry-leading security consulting company, a large financial services company, and a tier 1 ISP. David often speaks at security events and has frequently been quoted in online and printed journals regarding security issues. During his career as a consultant and network engineer, David has worked for clients across multiple industries, including financial services, service providers, high technology, manufacturing, and government. He co-authored Wireless Security (RSA Press, 2002) and Hacker's Challenge and Hacker's Challenge 2 (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2001 and 2002, respectively).

Bill Pennington, CISSP, has six years of professional experience in information security and eleven years in information technology. His duties at WhiteHat include managing research and development, guiding product and technology direction, managing web application assessment teams, and developing and delivering WhiteHat Security training. Bill has performed web application assessments for more than four years in a variety of industry verticals including financial services, e-commerce, and biotechnology. He is familiar with Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris, Windows, and OpenBSD, and he is a Certified Information Security Systems Practitioner (CISSP) and Certified Cisco Network Administrator (CCNA). He has broad experience in web application security, penetration testing, computer forensics, and intrusion detection systems. Prior to joining WhiteHat, Bill was a principal consultant and technical lead for assessment services at Guardent, a nationwide security services provider.

Tony Bradley, CISSP-ISSAP, MCSE2k, has eight years of computer networking and administration experience, focusing the last four on network security and malware protection. Tony is a network security architect providing design, implementation, and management of network security solutions for a variety of Fortune 500 customers. He is also the editor and writer for the About.com Internet/Network Security website and frequently contributes to a variety of technical and security publications, both in print and on the Web. You can view his writing portfolio at http://www.s3kur3.com.

Himanshu Dwivedi is a founding partner of iSEC Partners, an independent provider of information security services and tools. He has 12 years of experience in security and IT. Before forming iSEC, he was Technical Director for @stake's Bay Area security practice. Himanshu's professional focus includes strategic security services, which leverages his experience with software development, infrastructure security, application security, tool development, and secure product design. He is considered an industry expert in storage security, specifically Fibre Channel/iSCSI SANs and CIFS/NFS NAS systems. Himanshu has presented at major security conferences throughout the world, including Black Hat, Storage Networking World, Syscan Singapore, and Bellua Indonesia. Himanshu also has a patent pending for a storage security design architecture that can be implemented on enterprise storage products for Fibre Channel networks. Himanshu has also authored two additional security books, including Securing Storage: A Practical Guide to SAN and NAS Security (Addison-Wesley, 2005) and Implementing SSH: Strategies for Optimizing the Secure Shell (Wiley, 2003).

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Table of Contents

Pt. I Challenges
1 To catch a phish 3
2 Owning the pharm 15
3 Big bait, big phish 27
4 Shooting phish in a barrel 37
5 Too few secrets 47
6 Upgraded or "owned?" 59
7 Pale blue glow 69
8 Crossing the line 77
9 The root of the problem 87
10 Firewall insights 95
11 Peter LemonJello's "a series of unfortunate events" 103
12 Share and share alike 115
13 The Holy Grail 131
14 Open source 141
15 Cup of chai 153
16 Love plus one 167
17 Bullet the blue sky 179
18 The insider III 189
19 Jumping someone else's train 201
20 The not-so-usual suspects 223
Pt. II Solutions
1 To catch a phish 235
2 Owning the pharm 239
3 Big bait, big phish 245
4 Shooting phish in a barrel 251
5 Too few secrets 257
6 Upgraded or "owned?" 263
7 Pale blue glow 269
8 Crossing the line 275
9 The root of the problem 279
10 Firewall insights 291
11 Peter LemonJello's "a series of unfortunate events" 295
12 Share and share alike 299
13 The Holy Grail 307
14 Open source 315
15 Cup of chai 321
16 Love plus one 327
17 Bullet the blue sky 331
18 The insider III 337
19 Jumping someone else's train 343
20 The not-so-usual suspects 347
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