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- Editor: John Wiley & Sons Ltd; Edición: 2nd Revised edition (10 de agosto de 2007)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 047008023X
- ISBN-13: 978-0470080238
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The Shellcoder's Handbook: Discovering and Exploiting Security Holes (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 10 ago 2007
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* This much-anticipated revision, written by the ultimate group of top security experts in the world, features 40 percent new content on how to find security holes in any operating system or application * New material addresses the many new exploitation techniques that have been discovered since the first edition, including attacking "unbreakable" software packages such as McAfee's Entercept, Mac OS X, XP, Office 2003, and Vista * Also features the first-ever published information on exploiting Cisco's IOS, with content that has never before been explored * The companion Web site features downloadable code files
The black hats have kept up with security enhancements. Have you?
In the technological arena, three years is a lifetime. Since the first edition of this book was published in 2004, built-in security measures on compilers and operating systems have become commonplace, but are still far from perfect. Arbitrary-code execution vulnerabilities still allow attackers to run code of their choice on your systemwith disastrous results.
In a nutshell, this book is about code and data and what happens when the two become confused. You'll work with the basic building blocks of security bugsassembler, source code, the stack, the heap, and so on. You'll experiment, explore, and understand the systems you're runningand how to better protect them.
- Become familiar with security holes in Windows, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, and Cisco's IOS
Learn how to write customized tools to protect your systems, not just how to use ready-made ones
Use a working exploit to verify your assessment when auditing a network
Use proof-of-concept exploits to rate the significance of bugs in software you're developing
Assess the quality of purchased security products by performing penetration tests based on the information in this book
Understand how bugs are found and how exploits work at the lowest level
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How explains the writer at the begining, this book its for the people who understants hacking like a way of life, learn and enjoy, not of only earn money ;)
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This book is a nonstop stream of information relating all of those concepts. And certainly the best one I've ever read.
You're not going to get fluff, opinion, editorials, introductions or appendixes for review, NOTHING. Many of the other books in this category, such as "Hacking: The Art of Exploitation" have a lot of reviews clearly by people with no a background in Computer Science claiming those books are too technical. Those books are IT and networking books that have a -- nothing compared to this. The meat of what is in "Hacking: The Art of Exploitation" is covered in the first 5 chapters in this book.
1. There's a lot of errors in the content, and following such an advance book when you can't trust the code gets complicated.
2. There are a few chapters, particularly in section 3, where the style hasn't been neutralized, and you can absolutely tell that the book was written by 5 different people with almost no coordination.
Other than that, excellent book. I'm looking forward to buying Database Hacker's Handbook, by the same editor.