Controlling user access

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  • After completing this lesson, you should be able to do the following: Create users Create roles to ease setup and maintenance of the security model Use the GRANT and REVOKE statements to grant and revoke object privileges Create and access database links

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  • This lesson describes the Oracle7 Server decentralized security system. Using the commands covered in this lesson, you can control database access to specific objects and add new users with different levels of access privileges. You can provide alternative names for objects by using the CREATE SYNONYM command. At the end of this lesson, you should be able to  Explain the concept of the database security model.  Describe system privileges.  Set up and maintain database access by using roles.  Identify object privileges.  Change a password.  Grant and revoke object privileges.

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  • Your network consists of several network devices. You would like to configure access security to your devices by user where possible. You have a TACACS+ Cisco Secure Server for centralized authentication. Configure each device for secure access while also configuring local access as a fallback in case the ACS server is not available. The following information should be used.

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  • This manual describes configuration steps to be taken for implementation of Kerio Control in a model network. This network includes most elements present in a real-life Kerio Control network — Internet access from the local network, protection against attacks from the Internet, access to selected services on the LAN from the Internet, user access control, automatic configuration of clients on the LAN, user authentication in the Active Directory domain, user browsing behavior control, etc.

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  • Your network consists of several network devices. You would like to configure access security to your devices by user where possible. You DO NOT have a TACACS+ or RADIUS server available for centralized access. Configure each device as required. The following security information should be used.

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  • Control the flow of information security, accessibility, data control Centralize resources save cost on local work stations and peripherals Simplify data / software management Backups, IS maintenance Share information with multiple users Distribute tasks reduce local need CPU power Master / Slave (Similar to the teacher- student relationship) Peer to Peer (Similar to the workgroup concept) Client / Server (Similar to an automated teller transaction)

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  • The PHP language has come a long way from its humble roots as a set of Perl scripts written by Rasmus Lerdorf. Today, PHP enjoys enormous market share and the latest release, PHP 5, sports a robust object-oriented programming model. Naturally, development practices have also matured. Those of us who taught ourselves PHP in the late nineties have become more sophisticated in our coding techniques. PHP has also made significant headway into corporate environments.

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  • Group Policy Overview The System policies provide another instrument to help system administrators control user access to the network and manage desktop settings, including data sharing and configuring system settings

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  • Frequently, the only protection for a URL is that links to that page are not presented to unauthorized users. However, a motivated, skilled, or just plain lucky attacker may be able to find and access these pages, invoke functions, and view data. Security by obscurity is not sufficient to protect sensitive functions and data in an application. Access control checks must be performed before a request to a sensitive function is granted, which ensures that the user is authorized to access that function....

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  • ThinVNC is an HTLM5-based solution that allows users to access their remote machines by sharing their Windows Desktops or by taking full control of the Windows machine using Microsoft Remote Desktop. Why ThinVNC? 1. It is Cross-browser, Cross-device, Cross-platform and requires zero-client setup. 2. ThinVNC offers three connection modes: Screen Sharing, Remote Desktop (via RDP) and File Transfer. 3. It delivers great and unique features: File Transfer, Presentation Mode, Flexible authentication methods, Remote Printing and much more....

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  • This module provides students with an overview of a Microsoft® Windows® 2000 network, the basic resources that it provides (file, print, and Web), and the directory service infrastructure (user accounts, permissions, and authentication) that provides and controls user access to these resources.

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  • This module provides students with the knowledge and skills to efficiently delegate administrative control of Active Directory™ directory service objects in Microsoft® Windows® 2000. Students will learn how to grant users access to Active Directory objects and to create customized tools to match specific administrative responsibilities. They will also learn the different methods and strategies to use when delegating administrative control in Active Directory.

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  • Static Network Address Translation (NAT) creates a permanent, one-to-one mapping between an address on an internal network (a higher security level interface) and a perimeter or external network (lower security level interface). For example, to share a web server on a perimeter interface with users on the public Internet, use static address translation to map the server’s actual address to a registered IP address. Static address translation hides the actual address of the server from users on the less secure interface, making casual access by unauthorized users less likely.

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  • In order to effectively access the rapidly increasing range of media content available in the home, new kinds of more natural interfaces are needed. In this paper, we explore the application of multimodal interface technologies to searching and browsing a database of movies. The resulting system allows users to access movies using speech, pen, remote control, and dynamic combinations of these modalities.

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  • Lots of users and privileges scattered over many platforms and applications. Who are the valid users? What are they entitled to access? How do you keep access rights up-to-date? How do you specify and enforce policy?

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  • The LAN users connected to the Vista router are concerned about access to their network from hosts on network You must use a standard access list to block all access to Vista’s LAN from network

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  • A marketing company has two locations. The main site is in Birmingham (BHM) and the branch site is in Gadsden (GAD). The telecommunication administrator for both sites needs to plan and implement access control lists for security and performance. At the Birmingham site, there are two groups of network users. These groups are an Administrative group and a Production group and each are on separate networks. Both networks are interconnected with a router. The Gadsden site is a stub network and only has a LAN connected to it....

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  • In the previous chapter, you learned how to use the Login controls to create an entire user registration system. This chapter looks under the covers and examines the security frameworks on which the Login controls are built. The ASP.NET Framework includes four frameworks related to security:

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  • AJAX is fast becoming a de facto standard for developing responsive and rich web applications. This evolutionary step in the user experience is being used in more and more web applications from Outlook Web Access to Google maps and beyond. But how do you write AJAX applications? Not too long ago, you had to be a JavaScript expert and use tools that are not as sophisticated as those used in standard ASP.NET development. As such, it had been difficult and time-consuming to develop, debug, and maintain AJAX applications despite their innate user friendliness.

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  • In the latest years much research effort was devoted to envision a new paradigm for wireless transmission. Results from recent works (Wireless Word Research Forum, 2005) indicate that a possible solution would lie in utilizing in a more efficient manner the diverse Radio Access Technologies1 (RATs) that are available nowadays, with the purpose of enabling interoperability among them and convergence into one global telecom infrastructure (beyond 3G).

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