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by Bob Rudis and Phil Kostenbader Hardware and software firewalls promise to protect your system and your network from the dangers of the Internet, but how well do they really fare against cutting-edge attacks? This article presents ...
Article by Anonymous | 03 May 2005 | 0 comments
by Marek Bialoglowy Introduction to Bluetooth Bluetooth (BT) wireless technology provides an easy way for a wide range of devices to communicate with each other and connect to the Internet without the need for wires, cables ...
Article by Anonymous | 24 Apr 2005 | 2 comments
by Sachin Shetty Spyware overview Spyware is a categorical term given to applications and software that log information about a user's online habits and report back to the software's creators. The effects of these ...
Article by Anonymous | 13 Apr 2005 | 11 comments
by Thorsten Holz, Frederic Raynal Introduction This paper will explain how an attacker typically proceeds in order to attack a honeypot for fun and profit. In part one we compared honeypots to steganography and then looked at ...
Article by Anonymous | 05 Apr 2005 | 0 comments
by Keith J. Jones, Rohyt Belani Introduction Electronic evidence has often shaped the outcome of high-profile civil law suits and criminal investigations ranging from theft of intellectual property and insider trading that ...
Article by Anonymous | 30 Mar 2005 | 3 comments
by Thorsten Holz, Frederic Raynal Introduction To learn about attack patterns and attacker behavior, the concept of electronic decoys or honeypots are often used. These look like regular network resources (computers, routers, ...
Article by Anonymous | 23 Mar 2005 | 0 comments
by Timothy E. Wright 1. A Classic scene from the information security professional's work life One of your systems administrators pokes his head in your office door. "The print spooler machine may have been compromised. ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Mar 2005 | 0 comments
by Michael Ossmann Introduction In part one we examined the latest generation of passive WEP cracking tools that use statistical or brute force techniques to recover WEP encryption keys from captured wireless network ...
Article by Anonymous | 08 Mar 2005 | 0 comments
by Artur Maj Introducing part three This article concludes our three part series dedicated to configuring Apache 2.0 with SSL/TLS support -- for maximum security and optimal performance of SSL based e-commerce transactions. ...
Article by Anonymous | 01 Mar 2005 | 2 comments
by Don Parker 1. Introduction The purpose of this article is to explain the existence of alternate data streams in Microsoft Windows, demonstrate how to create them by compromising a machine using the Metasploit Framework, and ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Feb 2005 | 2 comments