Hackers and crackers

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  • My acknowledgments are brief. First, I would like to acknowledge the folks at Sams, particularly Randi Roger, Scott Meyers, Mark Taber, Blake Hall, Eric Murray, Bob Correll, and Kate Shoup. Without them, my work would resemble a tangled, horrible mess. They are an awesome editing team and their expertise is truly extraordinary

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  • Now more than ever, it is imperative that users be able to protect their system from hackers trashing their Web sites or stealing information. Written by a reformed hacker, this comprehensive resource identifies security holes in common computer and network systems, allowing system administrators to discover faults inherent within their network- and work toward a solution to those problems.

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  • Jordan Gold Contracts and Licensing Manager: Kristine O’Callaghan Acquisitions and Developmental Editor: Diane Lowery Editor: Malka Geffen Production Editor: Leslie E. H. Light Technical Editor: Michelle A. Roudebush Book Designer: Maureen Forys, Happenstance Type-O-Rama Electronic Publishing Specialist: Maureen Forys Proofreaders: Erika Donald, Nancy Riddiough, Laura Schattsneider Indexe...

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  • No matter what field you work in, you cannot help but notice the impact that the Internet has had on society. It has opened up opportunities and markets that people only dreamed of before. As with any new technology, there is always a positive and negative aspect. The positive side is the tremendous business opportunities. The negative side is the huge security risk that is now posed to so many companies, yet few companies are truly aware of the potential danger.

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  • I hope that this book is as much fun to read as it was to research and write. My goal was to cover all the major topics surrounding computer security: hackers, viruses, and the rapid erosion of personal privacy. These are fascinating subjects. You feel as if you’re watching a great game that might take decades to finish, if it is ever truly finished. A clever hacker scores a point by breaching security, then the other side (the government or some other member of the anti-hacker team) scores by nabbing the hacker, then another hacker steps up to bat with a new tactic, and so on. Back...

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  • The book isn't focused solely on hacking. Nuwere writes about his mother's battle with drug addiction and her death, his own depression and suicide attempts and life as a street gang member. "In many ways technology saved me. It allowed me to escape from a world of violence and negativity into a world that was limitless and unrestrictive," Nuwere said.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'maximum security: a hacker's guide to protecting your internet site and network', công nghệ thông tin, an ninh - bảo mật phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Some hackers destroy people's files or entire hard drives; they're called crackers or vandals. Some novice hackers don't bother learning the technology, but simply download hacker tools to break into computer systems; they're called script kiddies. More experienced hackers with programming skills develop hacker programs and post them to the Web and to bulletin board systems. And then there are individuals who have no interest in the technology, but use the computer merely as a tool to aid them in stealing money, goods, or services.

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  • This book takes a novel approach to the presentation and understanding of a controversial topic in modern-day society: hacking. The term hacker was originally used to denote positively-motivated individuals wanting to stretch the capabilities of computers and networks. In contrast, the term cracker was a later version of the term, used to denote negatively-motivated individuals wanting to take advantage of computers and networks’ vulnerabilities to cause harm to property or persons, or to personally gain financially.

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  • This book is dedicated to every teen who takes the time to learn about security and how to stay safe and be smart online. We also want to thank all of the teens joining this project and the teens who originally inspired this book—Eric and Douglas. Linda McCarthy was inspired to write the first edition of Own Your Space when the two teenagers in her house managed to destroy what she thought was a pretty darn secure home computer network. Linda was more inspired when she realized that Douglas and Eric weren’t looking to break things or even trying to impress her when...

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  • Hacking - showing computer expertise Cracking - breaching security on software or systems Phreaking - cracking telecom networks Spoofing - faking the originating IP address in a datagram Denial of Service (DoS) - flooding a host with sufficient network traffic so that it can’t respond anymore Port Scanning - searching for vulnerabilities

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  • While I was writing this document a book "Hack Proofing Your Network" was released. I haven't been able to read it (dunno if its in print yet, and besides - everything takes a while to get to South Africa). I did however read the first chapter, as it is available to the public. In this chapter the author writes about different views on IT security - hackers, crackers, script kiddies and everything in between. I had some thoughts about this and decided that it was a good starting point for this document....

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