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Updated coverage of an international bestseller and series flagship Covers more methods of attack and hacker secrets Interest in topic continues to grow - network architects, engineers and administrators continue to scramble for security books Written by the former security manager for Sybase and an expert witness in the Kevin Mitnick trials A great addition to the bestselling "Hack Proofing You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Check the ip addresses and do the pinging. Now we are going to get the help of Nmap Network Mapper security scanner. Start the services of apache2 and postgresql. Hack the machine. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here This analysis can identify security holes that may exist in your current configuration, and can also identify changes that will take place if you use a security template to configure your computer.
Each of these types of computers has different security requirements and the topic of security is complex. This article describes some simple procedures to secure your computer.
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For another user to access your computer, they must either be assigned to an administrative group or they must have the appropriate security rights and permissions. The filters are generic and can be modified to tighten security on a VPN server.
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This article describes modifications that you can make to these filters to increase security. All filter configurations mentioned in this article should be tested prior to being deployed in a production environment. It is also integrated with Windows Administration Change and Configuration Management to automatically configure policy on a large number of systems in the enterprise. Protect Administrator Privileges Gaining administrator access is the ultimate coup for a system intruder, so protecting administrative privileges needs to be high on your security priorities list.
Many systems administrators further disguise the Administrator account by creating a decoy Administrator account. Source: Windows Magazine Feb According to a study by Cisco, "The most vulnerable Internet service, ranked by the percentage of times that the service was visible and found to have a security problem" is RPC, with This article discusses some of the perceptions and the realities of RPC vulnerabilities on the Windows platform, and the use of Microsoft's ISA server to address some of these issues.
However, even though lacing into NT is one of our favorite pastimes, securing it is far less humorous. With NT's massive array of services and subsystems, it's difficult--at best--to identify all the problems, much less protect against them. Source: Network Computing April You will learn how to assign NTFS folder and file permissions to user accounts and groups, and how moving or copying files and folders affects NTFS file and folder permissions. You will also learn how to troubleshoot common resource access problems.
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Securing your notebook computer with Windows Companies that spend many hours and dollars on network security often don't give a second thought to securing the computers that users carry out of the office each day. This article explains why they--and you--should be taking the necessary steps to secure laptops as well as PCs and servers.
Source: EarthWeb. Standard Security Practices for Windows NT Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: - Any security breach that requires access to administrative privileges needs to be dealt with using the appropriate security policy. If you have a server that isn't protected by a firewall or router with good access control lists, the procedure described here is a must for ensuring that the server remains secure. Windows Certificate Services Microsoft Windows Certificate Services offers customers an integrated public key infrastructure PKI that enables the secure exchange of information across the Internet, extranets, and intranets.
Certificate Services verifies and authenticates the validity of each party involved in an electronic transaction and lets domain users log on to a domain using the additional security provided by smart cards. Then it discusses Windows security enhancements such as the Kerberos protocol, Snego, delegation, and cloaking. To get the most from this paper, you should have some experience working with Windows NT security.
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After reading this paper, you will be able to use these security enhancements to provide a greater level of security in your own applications. The chapter provides an overview of Windows security, as well as examining its problems and limitations. It also provides considerations for migrating to Windows and discusses network security plans.