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by Jeremy Rauch Relevant Links IP Filter Website Darren Reed   This article originally appeared on SecurityFocus.com -- reproduction in whole or in part is not allowed without ...
Article by Anonymous | 06 Aug 2000 | 1 comment
by Mark Burnett Web administrators have a strange relationship with log files.  They are an invaluable resource for detecting intrusions and managing security.  However, they can also quickly grow out of control and become a burden to ...
Article by Anonymous | 05 Aug 2000 | 0 comments
by Hal Flynn Introduction Part I of this article focused on the installation and basic usage of the snort intrusion detection system (IDS) on the Linux platform, including running snort as a command line sniffer and loading ...
Article by Anonymous | 30 Jul 2000 | 0 comments
by Timothy Wright In Our Previous Episode... Previously, in Overview of a Methodology for the Application of Computer Forensics we took a high level tour of a formal, methodical process for investigating computer crime. ...
Article by Anonymous | 27 Jul 2000 | 1 comment
by Jeremy Rauch 10.20.30.0/24:ANY 10.20.30.5:22 TCP ALLOW ANY:ANY 10.20.30.5:80 TCP ALLOW ANY:ANY ANY:ANY UDP BLOCK 10.20.30.5:ANY 10.20.30.13:53 UDP ALLOW(STATE) ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Jul 2000 | 0 comments
by Jeremy Paquette If you want a wall covered in graffiti, combine the following: a person who wants to vandalize, a can of spray paint, a wall, and some people to see the results. Wherever you find these four elements together, ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Jul 2000 | 0 comments
by Gabor Szappanos With the worst of the LoveLetter threat behind us, it's a good time to take a closer look at the incident, in order to better understand what happened and why. I am not going to calculate the gross damage caused by ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Jul 2000 | 0 comments
by Dale Coddington Introduction Computer Intrusions are on the rise. Whether it's script kids trying to deface a web page or a calculated attacker trying to steal credit card information, sites must equip themselves to not ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Jul 2000 | 1 comment
by David Endler Introduction In our existing online world, intrusion detection has become a necessary expense. Not only does intrusion detection validate the effectiveness of border access controls (e.g., firewalls, screening ...
Article by Anonymous | 13 Jul 2000 | 0 comments
by Jeremy Rauch Traditionally, BIND has been the nameserver of choice when doing name service on a Unix system. Like many of its close relatives, such as sendmail, it was designed at a time when the internet wasn't even known as the internet, ...
Article by Anonymous | 09 Jul 2000 | 0 comments