This book is all about hash cracking. We will work in Hashcat and it’s written for beginners. With this book we’re targeting studying ethical hackers and soon to be pentesters, that already got written approval from the right people to test their passwords. Also it’s a good test for the administrator to check that he have set the right password policies for the company. We’re starting from the ground and the idea with this book is to give the reader a stable foundation to stand on in this specific area. Once again welcome to this awesome world of hash cracking
Computer System Security: Basic Concepts and Solved Exercises is designed to expose students and others to the basic aspects of computer security. Written by leading experts and instructors, it covers e-mail security; viruses and antivirus programs; program and network vulnerabilities; firewalls, address translation and filtering; cryptography; secure communications; secure applications; and security management. Written as an accompanying text for courses on network protocols, it also provides a basic tutorial for those whose livelihood is dependent upon secure systems. The solved exercises included have been taken from courses taught in the Communication Systems department at the EPFL. .
Second International Conference, ICISS 2006, Kolkata, India, December 19-21, 2006, Proceedings
Author: Aditya Bagchi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Business & Economics
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Information Systems Security, ICISS 2006, held in Kolkata, India in December 2006. The 20 revised full papers and five short papers presented together with four invited papers and three ongoing project summaries were carefully reviewed and selected from 79 submissions. The papers discuss in depth the current state of the research and practice in information systems security.
HACKING: Ultimate Hacking for Beginners Hacking is a widespread problem that has compromised the records of individuals, major corporations, and even the federal government. This book lists the various ways hackers can breach the security of an individual or an organization's data and network. Its information is for learning purposes only, and the hacking techniques should not be tried because it is a crime to hack someone's personal details without his or her consent. In HACKING: Ultimate Hacking for Beginners you will learn: The advantages and disadvantages of Bluetooth technology. The tools and software that is used for Bluetooth hacking with a brief description The four primary methods of hacking a website and a brief explanation of each Seven different types of spamming, with a focus on email spamming and how to prevent it. Eight common types of security breaches How to understand the process of hacking computers and how to protect against it Using CAPTCHA to prevent hacking
The Hash Crack: Password Cracking Manual v2.0 is an expanded reference guide for password recovery (cracking) methods, tools, and analysis techniques. A compilation of basic and advanced techniques to assist penetration testers and network security professionals evaluate their organization's posture. The Hash Crack manual contains syntax and examples for the most popular cracking and analysis tools and will save you hours of research looking up tool usage. It also includes basic cracking knowledge and methodologies every security professional should know when dealing with password attack capabilities. Hash Crack contains all the tables, commands, online resources, and more to complete your cracking security kit.
Learn the techniques that every developer who works with Visual Basic .NET should know about designing, developing, and developing security-enhanced applications for Microsoft Windows® and the Web. Visual Basic .NET experts Ed Robinson and Mike Bond introduce critical security concepts using straightforward language and step-by-step examples. You get clear, end-to-end guidance—covering application design, coding techniques, testing methods, and deployment strategies, along with direction on how to help secure the operating system and related infrastructure and services. Discover how to: Design a security-enhanced architecture Understand the most common vulnerabilities and how to write code to prevent them Implement authentication and authorization techniques in your applications Learn techniques for encryption, input validation, and exception handling Add Windows, Forms, and Passport authentication to Web applications Perform a security threat analysis and implement countermeasures Think like a hacker—and uncover security holes Create a setup for your application that implements security during installation Lock down the Windows operating system, Microsoft IIS, Microsoft SQL Server®, and Microsoft Access® databases
Analyzes attacks on computer networks, discusses security, auditing, and intrusion detection procedures, and covers hacking on the Internet, attacks against Windows, e-commerce hacking methodologies, and new discovery tools.
From the #1 Name in Professional Certification Prepare for CompTIA Security+ Exam SY0-301 with McGraw-Hill—a Gold-Level CompTIA Authorized Partner. Get on the fast track to becoming CompTIA Security+ certified with this affordable, portable study tool. Inside, network security expert T.J. Samuelle guides you on your career path, providing expert tips and sound advice along the way. With an intensive focus only on what you need to know to pass the latest release of the CompTIA Security+ exam, this certification passport is your ticket to success on exam day. Featuring: 200 practice questions Electronic test engine with practice exam Itineraries--List of official exam objectives covered ETAs--Amount of time needed to complete each lesson Travel Advisories--Expert advice on critical topics Local Lingo--Concise definitions of key terms and concepts Travel Assistance--Recommended resources for more information Checkpoints--End-of-chapter questions, answers, and explanations Career Flight Path--Career options mapped out to maximize the return from your IT journey From the the Series Editor, Mike Meyers Hello! I’m Mike Meyers, president of Total Seminars and author of a number of popular certification books. On any given day, you’ll find me replacing a hard drive, setting up a web site, or writing code. I love every aspect of this book. It’s part of a powerful book series called Mike Meyers’ Certification Passports. Every book in this series combines easy readability with a condensed format—in other words, it’s the kind of book I always wanted when I went for my certifications. Putting a huge amount of information in an accessible format is an enormous challenge, but I think we have achieved our goal and I am confident you’ll agree. I designed this series to do one thing and only one thing—to get you the information you need to achieve your certification. You won’t find any fluff in here. T.J. Samuelle and I packed every page with nothing but the real nitty gritty of the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. Every page has 100 percent pure concentrate of certification knowledge! Your Destination: CompTIA Security+ Certification This book is your passport to CompTIA’s Security+ Certification, the vendor-neutral industry-standard certification developed for foundation-level security professionals. Based on a worldwide job task analysis, the structure of the exam focuses on core competencies in network security, compliance and operational security, threats and vulnerabilities, application, data, and host security, access control and identity management, and cryptography. Whether the Security+ certification is your first step toward a career focus in security or an additional skill credential, this book is your passport to success on the CompTIA Security+ Certification exam.