Hacking: The Art of Exploitation | 1.4 MB
The Fundamental Techniques Of Serious Hacking:
This book does an excellent job of explain various techniques that hackers employ. The explaination
include examples, source code, breakouts, and descriptions. The book progresses from basic examples to more complex by building upon a project a little at a time.
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Author: Luke Welling and Laura Thomson
Paperback: 912 pages
Publisher: Sams; 2 edition (February 12, 2003)
Source Files: yes
Learning PHP is worth your time because you can do so much with it. Backed by a MySQL database server, the language makes an extraordinary engine for doing server-side scripting on Web sites. PHP and MySQL Web Development aims to unravel the wonderful possibilities of the two title technologies by walking the reader through tutorials, then presenting a series of moderately elaborate example projects. The PHP tutorial will impress anyone coming to the language from simple HTML work, and the MySQL tutorial is adequate for most applications (though it ignores the relational capabilities that appeared in version 4 with the InnoDB table type). If you like to study code (both listings and commentary), you'll appreciate the authors' solutions to common problems, like implementing shopping sites and managing restricted-access rules.
The programming approach of Luke Welling and Laura Thomson is procedural, neglecting the object-oriented capabilities of PHP almost entirely. It's a valid choice, as most PHP code is written in procedural style. As well, they've chosen to build their software around PHP 4.3, which doesn't have as much object-orientation capability of the new version 5 release. Some readers may lament the lack of up-to-date coverage, but others--perhaps serving sites from hosting services that run well-proven PHP 4.x--will appreciate that the authors took time to revise their PHP 4.3 code samples (which should, in most cases, be backward-compatible), rather than writing PHP 5 code for its own sake. --David Wall
Topics covered: How to program with PHP 4.3 (and its predecessors) and store data in a MySQL database. PHP coverage is extensive, covering all capabilities from basic form-handing to Web Services, while MySQL coverage is limited to the essentials of database setup and administration. Elaborate applications--such as a PDF generator and a content-management system--are written in a way that invites learning and adaptation
The more potential customers you attract to your Web site, the more success you will have! But how can you get more visitors to your Web site? In 101 Ways to Promote Your Web Site, recognized Internet marketing expert Susan Sweeney tells you how. This combination book/Web site is a comprehensive, hands-on, step-by-step guide for increasing Web site traffic by using hundreds of proven tips, tools and techniques. You can read it this weekend and start implementing your online marketing strategy on Monday.
This freshly updated Sixth Edition includes new chapters covering the latest developments in Web site promotion. Entrepreneurs, corporate marketing managers, small business owners, consultants, webmasters, individuals, new media professionals, and Web site designers will all find this book invaluable in developing their online strategies.
What kind of secrets are included in 501 Web Site Secrets? Well, there’s parts of a site you didn’t know existed. Or ways to use the site that you weren’t aware of. Or special commands that help you get even more out of the site than you could before. Cool stuff like that—and more.That’s the nature of a secret—something that most users don’t know about, but would get a kick out of if they did. These are the kinds of things that will make you say to yourself, “That’s cool—I didn’t know you could do that!” And then you’ll want to go directly to the site to try the secret out for yourself. (Go ahead;it’s allowed.) Of course, not all 501 secrets in this book will be new to you. If you’re Internetsavvy at all, you’ll probably know some of what I reveal in these pages. That’s okay; it only means that you’re on your toes. I’m sure, however, that you’ll find more than a few secrets you didn’t know, and that they’ll make this book a worthwhile read for you. To be fair, many of these secrets are hidden in plain sight. There are few secrets in this book that are deliberately concealed from the general public. Most socalled secrets are things that are there if you look for them—and if you know where to look. You can discover lots of secrets on your own just by clicking all the links on all the pages of your favorite sites and poring over every single page of the site’s help system. The sad fact is, most users never get beyond a site’s home page—and there aren’t too many secrets there!
O'Reilly Media, Inc | ISBN:0596006438 | 2004-04-01 | 304 Pages | CHM | 1.6 MB
To the uninitiated, the title may seem like an oxymoron: after all, aren't hacks what network security is supposed to prevent? But if you're network administrator, this book's title not only makes sense; it makes a lot of sense. You know that a busy administrator needs a hatful of devilishly effective security hacks to keep your 12-hour days from becoming all-nighters. Network Security Hacks is not a long-winded treatise on security theory. Instead, this information packed little book provides 100 quick, practical, and clever things to do to help make your Linux, UNIX, or Windows networks more secure today. This compendium of security hacks doesn't just cover securing TCP/IP-based services, but also provides intelligent host-based security techniques. Loaded with concise but powerful examples of applied encryption, intrusion detection, logging, trending, and incident response, Network Security Hacks will demonstrate effective methods for defending your servers and networks from a variety of devious and subtle attacks.
Prevent catastrophic network attacks by exposing security flaws, fixing them, and ethically reporting them to the software author. Fully expanded to cover the hacker’s latest devious methods, Gray Hat Hacking: The Ethical Hacker’s Handbook, Second Edition lays out each exploit alongside line-by-line code samples, detailed countermeasures, and moral disclosure procedures. Find out how to execute effective penetration tests, use fuzzers and sniffers, perform reverse engineering, and find security holes in Windows and Linux applications. You’ll also learn how to trap and autopsy stealth worms, viruses, rootkits, adware, and malware.
* Implement vulnerability testing, discovery, and reporting procedures that comply with applicable laws
* Learn the basics of programming, stack operations, buffer overflow and heap vulnerabilities, and exploit development
* Test and exploit systems using Metasploit and other tools
* Break in to Windows and Linux systems with perl scripts, Python scripts, and customized C programs
* Analyze source code using ITS4, RATS, FlawFinder, PREfast, Splint, and decompilers
* Understand the role of IDA Pro scripts, FLAIR tools, and third-party plug-ins in discovering software vulnerabilities
* Reverse-engineer software using decompiling, profiling, memory monitoring, and data flow analysis tools
* Reveal client-side web browser vulnerabilities with MangleMe, AxEnum, and AxMan
* Probe Windows Access Controls to discover insecure access tokens, security descriptors, DACLs, and ACEs
* Find and examine malware and rootkits using honeypots, honeynets, and Norman SandBox technology
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