Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker gives invaluable advice and practical tools for protecting our computers. You will learn how to plan and execute a security strategy that will thwart the most determined and sophisticated of hackers, while still allowing your company easy access to Internet services.
This book is written primarily for the network administrator who must protect an organization from unhindered exposure to the Internet. The typical reader should have a background in system administration and networking. Some portions necessarily get intensely technical. A number of chapters are of more general interest. Readers with a casual interest can safely skip the tough stuff and still enjoy the rest of the book.
Table of Contents
- An Overview of TCP/IP
- Firewall Gateways
- How to Build an Application-Level Gateway
- Gateway Tools
- Traps, Lures, and Honey Pots
- The Hacker’s Workbench
- Classes of Attacks
- An Evening with Berferd
- Where the Wild Things Are: A Look at the Logs
- Legal Considerations
- Secure Communications over Insecure Networks
- Where Do We Go from Here?
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
Number of pages: 464