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Computer Security and Penetration Testing / Edition 2

Computer Security and Penetration Testing / Edition 2

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ISBN-13: 9780840020932
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Publication date: 08/15/2013
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 775,647
Product dimensions: 7.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Alfred Basta, PhD, is a professor of mathematics, cryptography, and information security as well as a professional speaker on topics in Internet security, networking, and cryptography. He is a member of many associations including the Mathematical Association of America. Dr. Basta's other publications include MATHEMATICS FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, LINUX OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION, and DATABASE SECURITY.

Nadine Basta, MS, is a professor of computer science, information technology, and security. Her numerous certifications include MCSE, MSDBA, CCDP, NCSE, NCTE, and CCA. A security consultant and auditor, she combines strong "in the field" experience with her academic background. She is also coauthor of MATHEMATICS FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY and LINUX OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION.

Mary Brown, PhD, CISSP, CISA, is a professor leading the information assurance and security and health informatics specializations at Capella University. She manages the curriculum for these programs and works with the NSA to maintain Capella as a Center of Excellence in IAS, including managing a website and blog. She also is a member of an advisory board for Advance IT, which promotes IT in Minnesota, as well as a member of numerous professional associations including the Information Systems Security Association. Additional publications include HIPAA PROGRAM REFERENCE HANDBOOK and ETHICAL ISSUES AND SECURITY MONITORING TRENDS IN GLOBAL HEALTHCARE: TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS.

Table of Contents

1. Ethics of Hacking and Cracking. 2. Reconnaissance. 3. Scanning Tools. 4. Sniffers. 5. TCP/IP Vulnerabilities. 6. Techniques of Password Cracking. 7. Spoofing. 8. Session Hijacking. 9. Hacking Network Devices. 10. Trojan Horses. 11. Denial of Service Attacks. 12. Buffer Overflows. 13. Programming Exploits. 14. Mail Vulnerabilities. 15. Web Application Vulnerabilities. 16. Windows Vulnerabilities. 17. Linux Vulnerabilities. 18. Incident Handling. Glossary. References.

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