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- Covers how TCP/IP operates and how TCP/IP attacks occur.
- Detailed coverage on how to secure both TCP/IP networks and the Windows NT/2000- host on such networks against different attack methods.
- Describes a new attack method, 'script-form attack', which could cause a company financial problems, and its prevention.
- Uses practical real-world examples of methods used to block potential attacks.
Aimed at TCP/IP network managers, LAN admiistrators, Windows NT/2000 administrators and network professionals. It can also be used for high level undergraduate and graduate electrical engineering and computer science courses covering network security.
Details how to discover TCP/IP-based network attack methods and threats to Windows 2000 or higher computers and the countermeasures that may be taken. Includes real-world examples, and detailed coverage of securing both Windows and TCP/IP networks against multiple types of attacks. Includes a companion Web site. Softcover. DLC: TCP/IP (computer network protocol).
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