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by Brian Hatch OpenSSH supports more than just simple passwords for authentication. It can be configured to use PAM (Pluggable authentication modules), Challenge/Response protocols, Kerberos authentication, authenticated host-based ...
Article by brihatch | 02 Nov 2004 | 0 comments
by Kapil Raina Introduction An increase in the usage of web applications is directly related to an increase in the number of security incidents for them.   Today, web application security is finally getting more prominent ...
Article by Anonymous | 26 Oct 2004 | 0 comments
by Anton Chuvakin One of the latest security books I read had a fascinating example in the preface. The authors, well-known and trustworthy experts in the field ...
Article by Anonymous | 24 Oct 2004 | 0 comments
by Jonathan Hassell You might be thinking that running Exchange Server 2003 on the Internet itself is tempting, however you should be concerned with the security issues in doing so -- there are many attacks and automated scripts in ...
Article by Anonymous | 18 Oct 2004 | 0 comments
by Brian Hatch This is the first in a series of articles on SSH in-depth. We start with looking at standard SSH host keys by examining the verification process to ensure you have not been the victim of an attack. Please note that this ...
Article by brihatch | 13 Oct 2004 | 3 comments
by Laurent Oudot, Thorsten Holz 0. Continuing from Part One It is a difficult problem to deploy honeypots, technology used to track hackers, that cannot be detected. The value of a honeypot is in its ability to remain ...
Article by Anonymous | 06 Oct 2004 | 0 comments
by Jason Gordon 0. Introduction There are so many vulnerability scanners and penetration testing services or utilities available that many organizations use at least one of them gauge their security posture. Each tool has its ...
Article by Anonymous | 03 Oct 2004 | 1 comment
by Laurent Oudot, Thorsten Holz 0. Abstract To delude attackers and improve security within large computer networks, security researchers and engineers deploy honeypots. As this growing activity becomes a new trend in the ...
Article by Anonymous | 27 Sep 2004 | 0 comments
by Yiming Gong 1. NetFlow review In the first part of this article series, we looked at what NetFlow is and how it can be used in the early detection of worms, spammers, and other abnormal network activity for large ...
Article by Anonymous | 22 Sep 2004 | 0 comments
by Don Parker 1. A Recap of Part 1 The first part of this article series set out to create an environment that allowed readers to examine a public exploit as it was sent across the network. The purpose of this exercise is ...
Article by Anonymous | 14 Sep 2004 | 0 comments