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by Don Parker Introduction This is the second of a two-part article series that discusses various methods of testing the integrity of your firewall and IDS, using low-level TCP/IP packet crafting tools and techniques. Part ...
Article by Anonymous | 18 Jul 2004 | 0 comments
by Pukhraj Singh, K.K. Mookhey sploit (n.)   Exploit. A defect in the game code (see bug) or design that can be used to gain unfair advantages. (Source: Dictionary of MMORPG Terms) At present the exploit ...
Article by Anonymous | 11 Jul 2004 | 0 comments
by Nathan Einwechter Introduction A business critical system has been breached by attackers. Responding to the event, you grab your gear and head down to where the system is. En route a red faced executive seemingly about ...
Article by Anonymous | 05 Jul 2004 | 0 comments
by Don Parker With the current threat environment that home and corporate users face today, having a firewall and IDS is no longer a luxury, but rather a necessity. Yet many people do not really take the time to make sure though that ...
Article by Anonymous | 27 Jun 2004 | 0 comments
by Artur Maj When choosing a web server, Apache very often wins against its competitors because of stability, performance, that fact that it's open source, and many other advantages. But when deciding on which version of ...
Article by Anonymous | 20 Jun 2004 | 1 comment
by Jonathan Hassell There are several techniques to performing penetration testing on your wireless network, the objective of all of them being to improve the security and integrity of the network itself. What wireless lacks in the ...
Article by Anonymous | 13 Jun 2004 | 1 comment
by Don Parker In the first part of this article series we covered the skills that a network security analyst should have in order to do their job properly. Now, this second part of the article will put these skills into context by ...
Article by Anonymous | 08 Jun 2004 | 0 comments
by Jonathan Hassell The very idea of a wireless network introduces multiple venues for attack and penetration that are either much more difficult or completely impossible to execute with a standard, wired network. Wireless networks ...
Article by Anonymous | 02 Jun 2004 | 1 comment
by Dr. Thomas Porter An IBM executive was once quoted as saying, "Our goal is to make the computer as easy to use as the telephone". Our goal, now, is the reverse: to make using an IP telephone at least as easy and secure as ...
Article by Anonymous | 31 May 2004 | 1 comment
by Bob Rudis Part one of Protecting the Road Warriors focused on the virus protection and firewall/IDS/IPS layers of mobile security. Part two completes the discussion and presents ways of providing additional layers of defense to ...
Article by Anonymous | 24 May 2004 | 0 comments