Anti-Hacker Tool Kit

Machine generated contents note: pt. I The Best of the Basics — 1. Managing Source Code and Working with Programming Languages — SCM Concepts — Git — Working with Repositories — Working with Subversion — Mercurial — Subversion — Creating a Repository — Working with Repositories — Working with Revisions — Eclipse Integrated Developer Environment — Working with Source Control — Programming Languages — Common Terms — Security — C++ — Java — JavaScript — Perl — Python — Ruby — 2.Command-Line Environments — Unix Command Line — Pipes and Redirection — Command Cornucopia — BackTrack Linux — Configuration — Implementation — MacPorts — Getting Started — Installing and Managing Ports — Tweaking the Installation — Cygwin — Download and Installation — Implementation — The X Window System — Choosing a Window Manager — A Client/Server Model — How Remote X Servers and Clients Communicate — Securing X Hosts with Xhost and Xauth.;Contents note continued: Installation — Implementation.;Contents note continued: File System Metadata — Windows File Metadata — File Integrity — AIDE — Installation — Implementation — Samhain — Tripwire — Implementation — Securing Your Files with Tripwire — 6. Windows Auditing — Evolution of Windows Security — Nbtstat — Implementation — Retrieving a MAC Address — Cain & Able — Implementation — Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer — Using the MBSA Command-Line Interface — Implementation — PsTools — Implementation — pt. III Networks — 7.Netcat — Network Communication Basics — Netcat — Implementation — Netcat’s 101 Uses — Cryptcat — Neat — Compile for Windows — Options — Socat — Implementation — 8. Port Forwarding and Redirection — Understanding Port and Services — Secure Shell (SSH) — Datapipe — Implementation — FPipe — Implementation — WinRelay — Implementation — 9.Network Reconnaissance — Nmap — Implementation — Nmap Scripting Engine (NSE) — THC-Amap — Implementation — System Tools.;Contents note continued: Interactive Disassembler (IDA) — GNU Debugger (GDB) — 14. Web Application Hacking — Scanning for Web Vulnerabilities — Nikto — HTTP Utilities — Curl — OpenSSL — Stunnel — Application Inspection — Zed Attack Proxy — Sqlmap — 15. Password Cracking and Brute-Force Tools — We’re Doomed — Alternate Deployment Schemes — Password OpSec — John the Ripper — Implementation — L0phtcrack — Hashcat — Grabbing Windows Password Hashes — Pwdump — Active Brute-Force Tools — THC-Hydra — pt. V Forensics — 16. Basic Forensics — Data Collection — Drive Imaging — DD for Duplication — Forensic Tools — The Sleuth Kit — Autopsy — Security Onion — Learning More — 17. Privacy Tools — Improving Anonymity and Privacy — Private Browsing Mode — Ghostery — The Onion Router (Tor) — Installation — Implementation — GnuPG — Installation — Implementation — Verify a Package — Disk Encryption — Off-the-Record (OTR) Messaging and Pidgin.;Contents note continued: ToneLoc — Implementation: Creating the tl.cfg File — Implementation: Running a Scan — Implementation: Navigating the ToneLoc Interface — dat File Techniques — THC-Scan — Implementation: Configuring THC-Scan — Implementation: Running THC-Scan — Implementation: Navigating THC-Scan — Implementation: Manipulating THC-Scan .dat Files — WarVOX — Inter-Asterisk Exchange — Installation — Implementation — Analysis — Beyond the CONNECT String — pt. IV Applications — 13. Binary Analysis — The Anatomy of a Computer Program — Determining a Binary File Type — Identifying Binary Obfuscation — Black Box Analysis — Creating a Sandboxed System — Finding Text Clues — Conducting Unix-based Run-time Analysis with lsof — Using a Sniffer to Examine Network Traffic — Identifying Unix-based System Calls — Obtaining Memory — Generating Assembly Instructions — Analyzing Run-time Binaries with Debuggers — Debugging Tools for Windows — OllyDbg.;Contents note continued: Whois — Host, Dig, and Nslookup — Traceroute — 10.Network Sniffers and Injectors — Sniffers Overview — Tcpdump and WinDump — Implementation — Wireshark — Implementation — Ettercap — Installation — Implementation — Potential for Disaster — Hping — Implementation — Wireless Networks — Kismet — Implementation — Expanding Kismet’s Capabilities — Aircrack-ng — Implementation — 11.Network Defenses — Firewalls and Packet Filters: The Basics — What Is a Firewall? — Packet Filter vs. Firewall — How a Firewall Protects a Network — Packet Characteristics to Filter — Stateless vs. Stateful Firewalls — Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Forwarding — The Basics of Virtual Private Networks — Inside the Demilitarized Zones — Linux System Firewall — OS X System Firewall — Windows System Firewall — Snort: An Intrusion-Detection System — Installation and Implementation — Snort Plug-ins — So Much More — 12. War Dialers.;Contents note continued: Securing X Communications with Secure Shell — Other X Components — Now You Know — Windows PowerShell — Verb Your Nouns — Scripting and Signing — 3. Virtual Machines and Emulators — Benefits of Virtualization — Oracle VirtualBox — Installing Guest Additions — Remote Access — VMware Player — Download and Installation — Configuration — Virtual PC — Configuration — Parallels — Installing Parallels Tools — Open Source Alternatives — Bochs — QEMU — KVM — Qubes — Vice — Wine — Xen Hypervisor — pt. II Systems — 4. Vulnerability Scanning — Overview of Vulnerability Scanning — Open Port/Service Identification — Banner/Version Check — Traffic Probe — Vulnerability Probe — Vulnerability Examples — OpenVAS — Installation — Implementation — Working with Vulnerability Standards — OpenVAS Summary — Metasploit — Getting Started — Hunting for Vulns — Compromising a System — More Resources — 5. File System Monitoring.;”Fully revised to include cutting-edge new tools for your security arsenal, Anti-Hacker Tool Kit, Fourth Edition reveals how to protect your network from a wide range of nefarious exploits. You’ll get detailed explanations of each tool’s function along with best practices for configuration and implementation illustrated by code samples and up-to-date, real-world case studies. Organized by category, this practical guide makes it easy to quickly find the solution you need to safeguard your system from the latest, most devastating hacks. Demonstrates how to configure and use these and other essential tools: – Virtual machines and emulators: Oracle VirtualBox, VMware Player, VirtualPC, Parallels, and open-source options – Vulnerability scanners: OpenVAS, Metasploit – File system monitors: AIDE, Samhain, Tripwire – Windows auditing tools: Nbtstat, Cain, MBSA, PsTools – Command-line networking tools: Netcat, Cryptcat, Ncat, Socat – Port forwarders and redirectors: SSH, Datapipe, FPipe, WinRelay – Port scanners: Nmap, THC-Amap – Network sniffers and injectors: WinDump, Wireshark, ettercap, hping, kismet, aircrack, snort – Network defenses: firewalls, packet filters, and intrusion detection systems – War dialers: ToneLoc, THC-Scan, WarVOX – Web application hacking utilities: Nikto, HTTP utilities, ZAP, Sqlmap – Password cracking and brute-force tools: John the Ripper, L0phtCrack, HashCat, pwdump, THC-Hydra – Forensic utilities: dd, Sleuth Kit, Autopsy, Security Onion – Privacy Tools: Ghostery, Tor, GnuPG, Truecrypt, Pidgin-OTR”–
Stop hackers in their tracks

Organized by category, Anti-Hacker Tool Kit, Third Edition provides complete details on the latest and most critical security tools, explains their function, and demonstrates how to configure them to get the best results.

  • Completely revised to include the latest security tools, including wireless tools
  • New tips on how to configure the recent tools on Linux, Windows, and Mac OSX
  • New on the CD-ROM — Gnoppix, a complete Linux system, ClamAV anti-virus, Cain, a multi-function hacking tool, Bluetooth tools, protocol scanners, forensic tools, and more
  • New case studies in each chapter
Title: Anti-Hacker Tool Kit, Third Edition
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ISBN: 0072262877,9780072262872
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Genre: Computers / Enterprise Applications / General
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Pages: 799
Preview Link: Google Preview Link

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