The CEH Prep Guide: The Comprehensive Guide to Certified Ethical Hacking
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The Certified Ethical Hacker program began in 2003 and ensures that IT professionals apply security principles in the context of their daily job scopePresents critical information on footprinting, scanning, enumeration, system hacking, trojans and backdoors, sniffers, denial of service, social engineering, session hijacking, hacking Web servers, and moreDiscusses key areas such as Web application vulnerabilities, Web-based password cracking techniques, SQL injection, wireless hacking, viruses and worms, physical security, and Linux hackingContains a CD-ROM that enables readers to prepare for the CEH exam by taking practice tests

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RONALD L. KRUTZ, Ph.D., P.E., CISSP, ISSEP, is the Chief Knowledge Officer of Cybrinth, LLC. Dr. Krutz is the author of numerous bestselling publications in the area of information systems security, and is a consulting editor for John Wiley and Sons for its information security book series.

RUSSELL DEAN VINES, CISSP, CISM, Security +, CCNA, MCSE, MCNE, is Chief Security Advisor for Gotham Technology Group, LLC. He is the author or coauthor of numerous bestselling information system security publications, and is a consulting editor for John Wiley and Sons for its information security book series.

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Foreword xxiii

Acknowledgments xxv

Introduction xxvii

Part I The Business and Legal Issues of Ethical Hacking 1

Chapter 1 Introduction to Ethical Hacking 3

Chapter 2 Legality and Ethics 25

Chapter 3 Penetration Testing for Business 47

Part II The Pre-Attack Phases 71

Chapter 4 Footprinting 73

Chapter 5 Scanning 91

Chapter 6 Enumerating 117

Part III Attack Techniques and Tools 143

Chapter 7 System Hacking Techniques 145

Chapter 8 Trojans, Backdoors, and Sniffers 169

Chapter 9 Denial of Service Attacks and Session Hijacking 207

Chapter 10 Penetration Testing Steps 231

Chapter 11 Linux Hacking Tools 251

Chapter 12 Social Engineering and Physical Security 267

Part IV Web Server and Database Attacks 299

Chapter 13 Web Server Hacking and Web Application Vulnerabilities 301

Chapter 14 SQL Injection Vulnerabilities 327

Chapter 15 Cryptography 347

Chapter 16 Cracking Web Passwords 379

Part V Advanced Topics 399

Chapter 17 Wireless Network Attacks and Countermeasures 401

Chapter 18 Firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems, and Honeypots 449

Chapter 19 Viruses, Worms, and Buffer Overflows 483

Appendix A Answers to Assessment Questions 499

Appendix B Glossary of Terms and Acronyms 625

Appendix C What’s on the CD 707

Index 711

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