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Wednesday, 29 January 2020

Nmap network scanning protocol james forshaw and gordon fyodor pdf book



Nmap Network Scanning Official Nmap Project Guide to Network, Discovery and Security Scanning 
Author: Visit ‘s Gordon Fyodor Lyon Page ID: 0979958717


Gordon "Fyodor" Lyon

From port scanning basics for novices to the type of packet crafting used by advanced hackers, this book by Nmap's author and maintainer suits all levels of security and networking professionals. Rather than simply document what every Nmap option does, Nmap Network Scanning demonstrates how these features can be applied to solve real world tasks such as penetration testing, taking network inventory, detecting rogue wireless access points or open proxies, quashing network worm and virus outbreaks, and much more. Examples and diagrams show actual communication on the wire. This book is essential for anyone who needs to get the most out of Nmap, particularly security auditors and systems or network administrators.


About the Author

Fyodor (known to his family as Gordon Lyon) authored the open source Nmap Security Scanner in 1997 and continues to coordinate its development. He also maintains the SecLists.Org, Insecure.Org, SecTools.Org, SecWiki.Org, and Nmap.Org security resource sites and has authored seminal papers on remote operating system detection and stealth port scanning. He is a founding member of the Honeynet project, former president of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR), and technical advisory board member for Qualys and AlienVault. He is also authored or co-authored the books “Nmap Network Scanning”, “Know Your Enemy: Honeynets” and “Stealing the Network: How to Own a Continent”.

Paperback: 464 pagesPublisher: Nmap Project (January 1, 2009)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 0979958717ISBN-13: 978-0979958717 Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1 x 9.7 inches Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Best Sellers Rank: #31,322 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #11 in Books > Computers & Technology > Certification > CompTIA #34 in Books > Computers & Technology > Networking & Cloud Computing > Network Administration #39 in Books > Computers & Technology > Networking & Cloud Computing > Network Security
Earlier this year Fyodor sent me a pre-publication review copy of his new self-published book, Nmap Network Scanning (NNS). I had heard of Fyodor’s book when I wrote my 3 star review of Nmap in the Enterprise in June, but I wasn’t consciously considering what could be in Fyodor’s version compared to the Syngress title. Although the copy I read was labelled "Pre-Release Beta Version," I was very impressed by this book. Now that I have the final copy (available from ) in my hands, I am really pleased with the product. In short, if you are looking for *the* book on Nmap, the search is over: NNS is a winner.  Nmap network scanning protocol gordon fyodor pdf book


I’ve reviewed dedicated "tool" books before, including titles about Snort, Nessus, and Nagios. NNS dives into the internals of Nmap unlike any other title I’ve read. Without Nmap author Fyodor as the author, I think any competitor would need to have thoroughly read the source code of the application to have a chance at duplicating the level of detail Fyodor includes in NNS.......







  • Table of Contents
  • Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxi
  • I. Introduction ................................... ...... ................... ....................... .......................... xxi
  • 2. Intended Audience and Organization ............... ................... .............. ............ .... ............ xxi
  • 3. Conventions ................... ...... ......... .............. ........................................................... xxii
  • 4. Other Resources .............................. .............. .................. ........................ ............... xxiii
  • 5. Request for Comments ............... .............. ........ ..................... ... ................................ xxiv
  • 6. Acknowledgements .................. ........................... .................................................... xx iv
  • 6. 1. Technology Used to Create This Book ............................................................... xxv
  • 7. TCP/IP Reference ............... ........ ......................... ................................................... xxvi
  • I. Getting Started with Nmap ... ................................................................................................. l
  • J.l. Introduction ................. . ........... ............. . .......................................................... . ....... 1
  • 1.2. Nmap Overview and Demonstration ...... . . . . . . . . . ................................................. . ............ l
  • 1 .2. 1. Avatar Online ................................................................................................ l
  • 1 .2.2. Saving the Human Race ........................ . ......................................................... 8
  • 1.2.3. MadHat in Wonderland ............................. . ... . . . ............................................... 9
  • 1.3. The Phases of an Nmap Scan ..................................... . . . ............................................ 12
  • 1 .4. Legal Issues ............................................................................... . ..... . ..................... 13
  • 1.4.1. Is Unauthorized Port Scanning a Crime? .................. . ............ . ........................... 14
  • 1.4.2. Can Port Scanning Crash the Target Computer/Networks? . ............................... . . . . 19
  • 1.4.3. Nmap Copyright ................................. . ..... . ........ . . . ...................................... ,. 20
  • 1.5. The History and Future of Nmap .......................... . ..... . ...... . .............. . ..................... . ... 20
  • 2. Obtaining, Compiling, Installing, and Removing Nmap ............................................................ 25
  • 2.1. Introduction ....................................................................... . ................................... 25
  • 2. 1.1. Testing Whether Nmap is Already Installed ...... . ..... . .............. . . . . . ........................ 25
  • 2.1 .2. Command-line and Graphical Interfaces .............................. . . . . ....... . .................. 25
  • 2.1 .3. Downloading Nmap ......................................... . . . ........................ . ................. 26
  • 2.1 .4. Verifying the Integrity of Nmap Downloads ....................... . ............................... 26
  • 2.1 .5. Obtaining Nmap from the Subversion (SYN) Repository ...................................... 28
  • 2.2. Unix Compilation and Installation from Source Code ..................................................... 29
  • 2.2. 1. Configure Directives .................................................... . ... . . . . . ........................ 30
  • 2.2.2. If You Encounter Compilation Problems ................................................ . .......... 32
  • 2.3. Linux Distributions ...... . .................................................................. ........ ........ . ....... 33
  • 2.3.1. RPM-based Distributions (Red Hat, Mandrake, SUSE, Fedora) ................ . .......... . . 33
  • 2.3.2. Updating Red Hat, Fedora, Mandrake, and Yellow Dog Linux with Yum ................. 34
  • 2.3.3. Debian Linux and Derivatives such as Ubuntu ................ . . . ..... . .......................... 35
  • 2.3.4. Other Linux Distributions ..... . .... . ...... . ......................... . .................................. 35
  • 2.4. Windows .............................................................................. ................................. 36
  • 2.4. 1. Windows 2000 Dependencies ................. . ........ . . . ....... . .............. . ...................... 37
  • 2.4.2. Windows Self-installer ............... . ....... . . . ........................................... . ............ 37
  • 2.4.3. Command-line Zip Binaries ........................................................................... 37
  • Installing the Nmap zip binaries ...................................................................... 37
  • 2.4.4. Compile from Source Code ......................... . ................ . . . ......... . ..................... 38
  • 2.4.5. Executing Nmap on Windows . .......... . . . . ...... . . . . . ............................................... 39
  • 2.5. Sun Solaris ................................. . .... . . . . ..................... . .................. . ... . ..................... 40
  • 2.6. Apple Mac OS X ................ . ... . .... . ...................................................... . ................... 41
  • 2.6.1. Executable Installer ..... .......................... ................................................. . ...... 41 
  • and many more ........







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Attacking Network Protocols by James Forshaw







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Inside this Book – This comprehensive guide looks at networking from an attacker’s perspective to help you find, exploit, and ultimately protect vulnerabilities. Part I starts with a rundown of networking basics and traffic capture, as it builds a foundation for analyzing a network. Part II moves on to protocol analysis, both static and dynamic; you’ll learn about common protocol structures, cryptography, and protocol security, and how to reverse engineer code with IDA Pro, ILSpy, and Javasnoop. Part III focuses on finding and exploiting vulnerabilities, including an overview of common bug classes, fuzzing, debugging, exhaustion attacks, and how to develop custom tools. Forshaw ends with an overview of the best tools for analyzing and exploiting networks. By the book’s end, you’ll have a deep understanding of how to analyze network communication and where to look for vulnerabilities. Nmap network scanning protocol james forshaw and gordon fyodor pdf book


About the Author

James Forshaw is a renowned computer security researcher at Google Project Zero, with
more than ten years of experience in analyzing and exploiting application network
protocols. His skills range from cracking game consoles to exposing complex design issues
in operating systems, especially Microsoft Windows, which earned him the top bug bounty
of $100,000 and placed him as the #1 researcher on Microsoft Security Response Center’s
(MSRC) published list. He’s the creator of the network protocol analysis tool, Canape,
which was developed from his years of experience. He’s been invited to present his novel
security research at global security conferences such as BlackHat, CanSecWest and Chaos
Computer Congress.


BRIEF CONTENTS

Foreword by Katie Moussouris
Acknowledgments
Introduction

  • Chapter 1: The Basics of Networking
  • Chapter 2: Capturing Application Traffic
  • Chapter 3: Network Protocol Structures
  • Chapter 4: Advanced Application Traffic Capture
  • Chapter 5: Analysis from the Wire
  • Chapter 6: Application Reverse Engineering
  • Chapter 7: Network Protocol Security
  • Chapter 8: Implementing the Network Protocol
  • Chapter 9: The Root Causes of Vulnerabilities
  • Chapter 10: Finding and Exploiting Security Vulnerabilities
  • Appendix: Network Protocol Analysis Toolkit
  • and many more.....












My Self Kumar Atul Jaiswal Urf HackerboY and Kumar Atul Jaiswal is a name among millions who struggled failed and surged ahead in search of how to become a Hacker ( passionate about Hacking just like profession an entrepreneur ), just like any middle class guy, he too had a bunch of unclear dreams and a blurred version of his goals in life 😊.

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