Hacker's Challenge 3 https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0072263040.jpeg 3 9780072263046 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The stories about phishing attacks against banks are so true-to-life, it’s chilling.” --Joel Dubin, CISSP, Microsoft MVP in Security Every day, hackers are devising new ways to break into your network. Do you have what it takes to stop them? Find out in Hacker’s Challenge 3. Inside, top-tier security experts offer 20 brand-new, real-world network security incidents to test your computer forensics and response skills. All the latest hot-button topics are covered, including phishing and pharming scams, internal corporate hacking, Cisco IOS, wireless, iSCSI storage, VoIP, Windows, Mac OS X, and UNIX/Linux hacks, and much more. Each challenge includes a detailed explanation of the incident--how the break-in was detected, evidence and clues, technical background such as log files and network maps, and a series of questions for you to solve. In Part II, you’ll get a detailed analysis of how the experts solved each incident.
Hacker's Challenge 3

Hacker's Challenge 3

3rd Edition
By David Pollino and Bill Pennington and Tony Bradley and Himanshu Dwivedi
ISBN10: 0072263040
ISBN13: 9780072263046
Copyright: 2006
09780072263046

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FOREWORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

INTRODUCTION

Part I: Challenges

Chapter 1: To Catch a Phish

Chapter 2: Owning the Pharm

Chapter 3: Big Bait, Big Phish

Chapter 4: Shooting Phish in a Barrel

Chapter 5: Too Few Secrets

Chapter 6: Upgraded or "Owned?"

Chapter 7: Pale Blue Glow

Chapter 8: Crossing the Line

Chapter 9: The Root of the Problem

Chapter 10: Firewall Insights

Chapter 11: Peter LemonJello's "A Series of Unfortunate Events"

Chapter 12: Share and Share Alike

Chapter 13: The Holy Grail

Chapter 14: Open Source

Chapter 15: Cup of Chai

Chapter 16: Love Plus One

Chapter 17: Bullet in the Blue Sky

Chapter 18: The Insider III

Chapter 19: Jumping Someone Else's Train

Chapter 20: The Not-So-Usual Suspects

Part II: Solutions

Chapter 1: To Catch a Phish

Chapter 2: Owning the Pharm

Chapter 3: Big Bait, Big Phish

Chapter 4: Shooting Phish in a Barrel

Chapter 5: Too Few Secrets

Chapter 6: Upgraded or "Owned?"

Chapter 7: Pale Blue Glow

Chapter 8: Crossing the Line

Chapter 9: The Root of the Problem

Chapter 10: Firewall Insights

Chapter 11: Peter LemonJello's "A Series of Unfortunate Events"

Chapter 12: Share and Share Alike

Chapter 13: The Holy Grail

Chapter 14: Open Source

Chapter 15: Cup of Chai

Chapter 16: Love Plus One

Chapter 17: Bullet in the Blue Sky

Chapter 18: The Insider III

Chapter 19: Jumping Someone Else's Train

Chapter 20: The Not-So-Usual Suspects

INDEX

About the Author

David Pollino

David Pollino (Walnut Creek, CA) is a senior security consultant at @stake, Inc. He has extensive networking experience including working for a tier 1 ISP architecting and deploying secure networks for Fortune 500 companies. David leads the @stake Center of Excellence focusing on wireless technologies such as 802.11x, WAP and GPRS. Recent projects include helping design and oversee the security architecture for a large European ASP and assisting with the security architecture for a wireless provider.

Bill Pennington

Bill Pennington, (CISSP), is a Principal Security Consultant with Guardent Inc. Bill has five years of professional experience in information security, ten in information technology. He is familiar with Linux, Solaris, Windows, and OpenBSD, and is a Certified Information Security Systems Practitioner, Certified Cisco Network Administrator (CCNA), Certified Internet Security Specialist (CISS), and a Microsoft Certified Product Specialist, Windows NT 4.0. He has broad experience in computer forensics, installing and maintaining VPNs, Cisco Pix firewalls, IDS, and in monitoring systems. Bill was a contributing author to several chapters of the original Hacker’s Challenge.

Tony Bradley

Himanshu Dwivedi

Himanshu Dwivedi is a co-founder of iSEC Partners (www.isecpartners.com), an information security firm specializing in application security. At iSEC, Himanshu manages the firm’s product development efforts and co-manages the sales and marketing programs. Himanshu is also a renowned industry author with six security books published, including Mobile Application Security (McGraw Hill/Osborne), Hacking VoIP (No Starch Press), Hacking Exposed: Web 2.0 (McGraw Hill/Osborne), Hacker’s Challenge 3 (McGraw Hill/Osborne), Securing Storage (Addison Wesley), and Implementing SSH (Wiley). In addition to the books, Himanshu also has a patent pending on Fibre Channel security. Before starting iSEC Partners, Himanshu was the Regional Technical Director at @stake, Inc.