In this dissertation I had explored so many different methods of building HoneyNet. Outside these methods, I look in-depth details on the UML and VMware. This dissertation illustrates tell the steps which are compulsory in inventing a HoneyPot machine. Moreover it also tells that what are the thing an administrator must watch out whilst building a HoneyPot, for example; UML fingerprinting, and VMware and security issues. I had also, demonstrated the monitoring techniques and methods to test develop. I was also clarifying the various techniques of fingerprinting that an intruder might be use for to conclude that if it is a virtual system. In addition, it also demonstrates the various ways to countermeasure fingerprinting. Therefore, making the intruder in thinking that he/she attacking on the real system. Security issues are also talk about in this dissertation. To stop the intruder from exploiting the HoneyPot system and using the system to attack on the different networks, I utilized a firewall. Also, by installing a firewall to defend the other networks. On the other hand, it is also feasible for a firewall to defend the host OS from the attacker’s within the HoneyPot system.
The book describes about the threats on the database.we provide descriptions and examples of how attacks of different type could be performed. we also present a methodology to prevent SQL injection attacks. It concentrate on the SQL queries and SQL Stored procedure where Input parameters are injected by the attacker.SQL injection refers to a class of code-injection attacks in which data provided by the user is included in an SQL query in such a way that part of the user’s input is treated as SQL code.Even if the injected code is intercepted before execution, administrators are often presented with information that does not identify clearly the association between the commands that were attempted, the assets that were at risk, the threats that were imposed, and the countermeasures he/she has at disposal. To address these issues, a repository of SQL injection attacks that are classified in a semantic-aware, easy to comprehend model is needed.
This book provides an easy insight into the essentials of cybersecurity, even if you have a non-technical background. You may be a business person keen to understand this important subject area or an information security specialist looking to update your knowledge. 'The world has changed more in the past 10 years than in any 10 year period in human history. . . Technology is no longer a peripheral servant, it shapes our daily lives. Companies that can use technology wisely and well are booming, companies that make bad or no technology choices collapse and disappear. The cloud, smart devices and the ability to connect almost any object to the internet are an essential landscape to use but are also fraught with new risks and dangers of a magnitude never seen before.' Also featuring an alphabetical section at the back of the book to help you translate many of the main cybersecurity technical terms into plain, non-technical English.
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.