Due to expose of information on networks and relying on the Internet, there have been a surge number of attacks against servers and host systems. Honeypots’ technology is evolving to collect information about these kinds of attacks by simulating the human behavior for analyzing existing attacks. In as much as, Honeypot categorized as a subset of Intrusion Deception Systems, following human pattern behavior is the final aim that should be considered in developing and deploying Honeypot systems. The focus of this book is to understand and determine the effectiveness of client Honeypot interaction in order to capture more data.
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Cyber warfare is gaining prominence as a serious tactic in military conflicts throughout the world. And, as the most network-dependent nation on earth, the United States is the most vulnerable. Military expert and author Paul J. Springer examines the many facets of cyber combat—from the threats of information exposure that American civilians encounter on a daily basis, to the concern of keeping up with the capabilities of China and Russia, to the inherent dangers in ignoring cyber threats.
This essential reference—the only of its kind to include an overview of other cyber warfare literature—emphasizes the importance of cyber operations in modern conflicts, detailing the efforts that have been made by government agencies to create networks that are secure. Noted experts in the field weigh in on the problems of attribution during a cyber attack, the detection of cyber intrusions, and the possible solutions for preventing data breaches. The book features profiles of theorists, commanders, and inventors; as well as organizations dedicated to cyber attacks, including government and military operations, industrial cyber security companies, and academic centers.
Attacking Network Protocols is a deep-dive into network vulnerability discovery from James Forshaw, Microsoft's top bug hunter. This comprehensive guide looks at networking from an attacker's perspective to help you find, exploit, and ultimately protect vulnerabilities.
Part I starts with a rundown of networking basics and traffic capture, as it builds a foundation for analyzing a network. Part II moves on to protocol analysis, both static and dynamic; you'll learn about common protocol structures, cryptography, and protocol security, and how to reverse engineer code with IDA Pro, ILSpy, and Javasnoop. Part III focuses on finding and exploiting vulnerabilities, including an overview of common bug classes, fuzzing, debugging, exhaustion attacks, and how to develop custom tools. Forshaw ends with an overview of the best tools for analyzing and exploiting networks. By the book's end, you'll have a deep understanding of how to analyze network communication and where to look for vulnerabilities. You'll learn how to:Capture, manipulate, and spoof packets both passively and on the wireCreate your own capture frameworkReverse engineer code, brute force passwords, and decrypt traffic Exploit vulnerabilities with denial-of-service attacks, SQL injections, and memory corruptionsUse protocol capture tools like IDA Pro, Wireshark, and CANAPEStrengthen your exploits by rerouting network traffic, exploiting compression, and controlling data flowAttacking Network Protocols is a must-have for any penetration tester, bug hunter, or developer looking to exploit and secure network vulnerabilities.