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Computer Security Lab Manual

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Pub. Date:
6/22/2005
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McGraw-Hill/Irwin
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Table of Contents

ABOUT THE AUTHORS IV
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS VI
BOOK INTRODUCTION XIII
SECTION 1 NETWORKING BASICS: HOW DO NETWORKS WORK?
Chapter 1 WORKSTATION NETWORK CONFIGURATION AND CONNECTIVITY
3(76)
Lab 1: Network Workstation Client Configuration
6(21)
Lab 1a: Windows Client Configuration (ipconfig/ping/arp)
8(7)
Lab 1b: Linux Client Configuration (ifconfig/ping/arp)
15(12)
Lab 2: Computer Name Resolution
27(16)
Lab 2a: Windows (nslookup)
28(6)
Lab 2b: Linux (nslookup)
34(9)
Lab 3: Network Routing Basics (routing)
43(15)
Lab 3c: Network Routing Basics
43(15)
Lab 4: Network Communication Analysis
58(21)
Lab 4a: Windows Network Communication Analysis (Ethereal)
59(7)
Lab 4b: Linux Network Communication Analysis (Ethereal)
66(13)
Chapter 2 TCP/UDP BASICS
79(32)
Lab 5: TCP Basics
80(18)
Lab 5a: TCP Three-Way Handshake in Windows
84(5)
Lab 5b: TCP Three-Way Handshake in Linux
89(9)
Lab 6: UDP Basics
98(13)
Lab 6a: Windows UDP Basics
100(3)
Lab 6b: Linux UDP Basics
103(8)
Chapter 3 NETWORK APPLICATIONS
111(84)
Lab 7: FTP Communications
114(18)
Lab 7a: Windows FTP Communication (FTP-HTTP)
115(6)
Lab 7b: Linux FTP Communication (FTP-HTTP)
121(11)
Lab 8: Port Connection Status
132(15)
Lab 8a: Windows-Based Port Connection Status (netstat)
133(5)
Lab 8b: Linux-Based Port Connection Status (netstat)
138(9)
Lab 9: E-mail Protocols-SMTP and POP
147(18)
Lab 9b: Linux E-mail-SMTP and POP
148(6)
Lab 9c: Windows E-mail-SMTP and POP
154(11)
Lab 10: E-mail Client Software
165(32)
Lab 10b: Linux E-mail Client Software (Evolution)
166(7)
Lab 10c: Windows E-mail Client Software (Outlook Express)
173(10)
Lab 11a: Windows Network Management (Net Command)
183(12)
SECTION 2 VULNERABILITIES AND THREATS-HOW CAN NETWORKS BE COMPROMISED? 195(204)
Chapter 4 SCANNING AND ENUMERATING THE NETWORK FOR TARGETS
197(56)
Lab 12: IPAddress and Port Scanning, Service Identity Determination
199(31)
Lab 12a: Nmap-IP Scanning in Windows
201(8)
Lab 12b: Nmap-IP Scanning in Linux
209(13)
Lab 13d: Researching System Vulnerabilities
222(8)
Lab 14: GUI-Based Vulnerability Scanners
230(23)
Lab 14a: NeWT-Using a Vulnerability Scanner in Windows
231(8)
Lab 14b: Nessus-Using a Vulnerability Scanner in Linux
239(14)
Chapter 5 ATTACKS-WEB SERVER, E-MAIL, DOS, AND TROJAN ATTACKS
253(74)
Lab 15: Web Server Exploits
255(11)
Lab 15a: Web Server Exploits
256(10)
Lab 16: E-mail System Exploits
266(22)
Lab 16b: Exploiting E-mail Vulnerabilities in Linux
268(7)
Lab 16c: Exploiting E-mail Vulnerabilities in Windows
275(13)
Lab 17: Denial of Service Exploits
288(17)
Lab 17a: Windows Denial of Service SMBDie
289(5)
Lab 17b: Linux Denial of Service Syn Flood
294(11)
Lab 18: Trojan Attacks
305(22)
Lab 18a: Using the Netbus Trojan
306(8)
Lab 18a2: Using the SubSeven Trojan
314(13)
Chapter 6 ESCALATING PRIVILEGE-SNIFFING, KEYLOGGING, PASSWORD-CRACKING ATTACKS
327(72)
Lab 19: Intercepting and Sniffing Network Traffic
329(14)
Lab 19b: Sniffing Network Traffic in Linux
330(4)
Lab 19c: Sniffing Network Traffic in Windows
334(9)
Lab 20: Keystroke Logging
343(13)
Lab 20a: Keystroke Logging in Windows
344(4)
Lab 20b: Keystroke Logging in Linux
348(8)
Lab 21: Password Cracking
356(30)
Lab 21a: Password Cracking in Windows
358(5)
Lab 21b: Password Cracking in Linux
363(10)
Lab 22c: Man-in-the-Middle Attack
373(13)
Lab 23: Steganography
386(15)
Lab 23a: Steganography in Windows
387(12)
SECTION 3 PREVENTION-HOW DO WE PREVENT HARM TO NETWORKS? 399(196)
Chapter 7 HARDENING THE HOST COMPUTER
401(78)
Lab 24: Hardening the Operating System
403(37)
Lab 24a: Hardening Windows 2000
406(11)
Lab 24b: Hardening Linux
417(10)
Lab 25a: Windows XP Service Pack 2
427(13)
Lab 26: Using Antivirus Applications
440(20)
Lab 26b: Antivirus in Linux
441(7)
Lab 26c: Antivirus in Windows
448(12)
Lab 27: Using Firewalls
460(19)
Lab 27a: Personal Firewall in Windows
461(8)
Lab 27b: IPTables in Linux
469(10)
Chapter 8 SECURING NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS
479(116)
Lab 28: Using GPG to Encrypt and Sign E-mail
481(35)
Lab 28b: Using GPG in Linux
483(14)
Lab 28c: Using GPG in Windows
497(19)
Lab 29: Using Secure Shell (SSH)
516(19)
Lab 29b: Using Secure SHell in Linux
518(6)
Lab 29c: Using Secure SHell in Windows
524(11)
Lab 30: Using Secure Copy (SCP)
535(19)
Lab 30b: Using Secure Copy in Linux
536(6)
Lab 30c: Using Secure Copy in Windows
542(12)
Lab 31: Using Certificates and SSL
554(26)
Lab 31a: Using Certificates and SSL in Windows
557(9)
Lab 31b: Using Certificates and SSL in Linux
566(14)
Lab 32: Using IPSec
580(17)
Lab 32a: Using IPSec in Windows
582(13)
SECTION 4 DETECTION AND RESPONSE-HOW DO WE DETECT AND RESPOND TO ATTACKS? 595(145)
Chapter 9 PREPARING FOR AND DETECTING ATTACKS
597(100)
Lab 33: System Log File Analysis
599(20)
Lab 33a: Log Analysis in Windows
600(8)
Lab 33b: Log Analysis in Linux
608(11)
Lab 34: Intrusion Detection Systems
619(27)
Lab 34a: Using Intrusion Detection Systems in Windows (Snort)
620(12)
Lab 34b: Using Intrusion Detection Systems in Linux (Snort)
632(14)
Lab 35: Using Honeypots
646(15)
Lab 35a: Using Honeypots in Windows
647(14)
Lab 36: Detecting Spyware
661(14)
Lab 36d: Spyware Detection and Removal in Windows
662(13)
Lab 37: Backing Up and Restoring
675(22)
Lab 37a: Backing up and Restoring in Windows
677(10)
Lab 37b: Backing up and Restoring in Linux
687(10)
Chapter 10 DIGITAL FORENSICS
697(43)
Lab 38: Initial Response-Incident Determination
700(15)
Lab 38a: Initial Response-Incident Determination
701(14)
Lab 39: Acquiring the Data
715(13)
Lab 39a: Acquiring the Data
716(12)
Lab 40: Forensic Analysis
728(12)
Lab 40a: Forensic Analysis
730(10)
Appendix LAB SETUP INSTRUCTIONS 740


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