Solution Manual for Applied Information Security A Hands On Guide to Information Security Software 2

Solution Manual for Applied Information Security A Hands On Guide to Information Security Software 2

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FOR MORE OF THIS COURSE AND ANY OTHER COURSES, TEST BANKS, FINAL EXAMS, AND SOLUTION MANUALS CONTACT US AT [email protected] APPLIED INFORMATION SECURITY LABS Second Edition
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Solutions Dr. Randall Boyle Jeffrey G. Proudfoot
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CONTENTS CHAPTER 1: DOS COMMANDS .................................................................. 6 1.1 DOS B ASICS ............................................................................................................................................ 6 1.2 IP CONFIG ................................................................................................................................................. 6 1.3 P ING ......................................................................................................................................................... 6 1.4 T RACERT .................................................................................................................................................. 7 1.5 N ETSTAT ................................................................................................................................................... 7 1.6 N SLOOKUP ............................................................................................................................................... 8 1.7 FTP .......................................................................................................................................................... 8 1.8 PO WER S HELL ......................................................................................................................................... 9 1.9 H ASHING .................................................................................................................................................. 9 1.10 S DELETE ................................................................................................................................................ 9 CHAPTER 2: WINDOWS SECURITY .......................................................... 10 2.1 LOCAL SECURITY POLICY ............................................................................................................ 10 2.2 WINDOWS FIREWALL ..................................................................................................................... 10 2.3 CONFIGURING BACKUP ................................................................................................................. 11 2.4 WINDOWS UPDATE .......................................................................................................................... 11 2.5 USER MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................................... 11 2.6 MICROSOFT SECURTIY ESSENTIALS ........................................................................................ 12 CHAPTER 3: WEB SECURITY ................................................................... 12 3.1 WEB BROWSER HISTORY .............................................................................................................. 12 3.2 COOKIES ............................................................................................................................................. 13 3.3 TRACKING (GHOSTERY) ................................................................................................................ 13 3.4 ANONYMOUS BROWSING .............................................................................................................. 14 3.5 WEB PROXY ....................................................................................................................................... 14 3.6 ADBLOCK PLUS ................................................................................................................................ 15 3.7 HTTPS EVERYWHERE .................................................................................................................... 15 3.8 FLAGFOX ............................................................................................................................................ 15 3.9 WEB OF TRUST (WOT) .................................................................................................................... 16 3.10 ONION ROUTING (TOR) ................................................................................................................ 16 CHAPTER 4: PORN & SPAM FILTERS ........................................................ 17 4.1 K-9 ...................................................................................................................................................... 17 4.2 EMAIL FILTER (OUTLOOK) ........................................................................................................ 17 4.3 BLOCK SENDERS (OUTLOOK) .................................................................................................. 17 4.4 JUNK EMAIL (HOTMAIL) ............................................................................................................ 18 CHAPTER 5: MONITORING SOFTWARE .................................................... 18 5.1 REFOG KEYLOGGER ................................................................................................................... 18 5.2 SPECTOR 360 ................................................................................................................................... 19 5.3 UNTANGLE ...................................................................................................................................... 19 5.4 PREY .................................................................................................................................................. 20 CHAPTER 6: PASSWORD AUDITORS ........................................................ 20 6.1 JOHN THE RIPPER (JTR) ............................................................................................................. 20 6.2 LOCAL PASSWORD AUDIT .......................................................................................................... 21 6.3 FREE WORD AND EXCEL PASSWORD RECOVERY ............................................................. 21 6.4 CAIN & ABLE (PASSWORDS) ...................................................................................................... 21 6.5 DEFAULT PASSWORDS ................................................................................................................. 22
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6.6 PASSWORD EVALUATOR ............................................................................................................. 22 6.7 PASSWORD GENERATORS .......................................................................................................... 23 6.8 RAINBOW TABLES ........................................................................................................................ 23 6.9 RAINBOWCRACK .......................................................................................................................... 24 CHAPTER 7: WIRELESS .......................................................................... 24 7.1 WI-FI INSPECTOR .......................................................................................................................... 24 7.2 INSSIDER .......................................................................................................................................... 24 7.3 WIFIDENUM .................................................................................................................................... 25 7.4 WIGLE.NET ..................................................................................................................................... 25 7.5 EKAHAU HEATMAPPER .............................................................................................................. 26 CHAPTER 8: SECURITY READINGS .......................................................... 26 8.1 THE REGISTER, N AKED SECURITY , & COMPUTERWORLD .................................................. 26 8.2 SANS & SECURITY POLICIES .................................................................................................... 27 8.3 PONEMON INSTITUTE & PWC .................................................................................................. 27 CHAPTER 9: INFORMATION GATHERING .................................................. 27 9.1 TRACE ROUTE TO THE SOURCE .............................................................................................. 27 9.2 TRACE A PHONE NUMBER ......................................................................................................... 28 9.3 WHOIS LOOKUP TO SOURCE NETWORK .............................................................................. 28 9.4 LOCATE AN IP ADDRESS SOURCE ............................................................................................ 29 9.5 LOCATE AN EMAIL SOURCE ...................................................................................................... 29 9.6 SAM SPADE ...................................................................................................................................... 30 CHAPTER 10: PACKET SNIFFER ............................................................... 30 10.1 PACKET CAPTURE (WIRESHARK I) ....................................................................................... 30 10.2 CAPTURE WEB TRAFFIC (WIRESHARK II) ......................................................................... 30 10.3 CAPTURE AN EMAIL (WIRESHARK III) ................................................................................ 31 10.4 DISPLAY FILTERING (WIRESHARK IV) ................................................................................ 31 10.5 COMMAND-LINE PACKET SNIFFING (WINDUMP) ............................................................ 32 CHAPTER 11: PORT & VULNERABILITY SCANNERS ................................... 32 11.1 PORTQRY ....................................................................................................................................... 32 11.2 NMAP (ZENMAP) .......................................................................................................................... 33 11.3 ADVANCED IP SCANNER ........................................................................................................... 33 11.4 NESSUS ............................................................................................................................................ 34 11.5 APPSCAN ........................................................................................................................................ 34 11.6 SHIELDS UP ................................................................................................................................... 35 CHAPTER 12: HONEYPOTS AND IDS ........................................................ 35 12.1 HONEYBOT .................................................................................................................................... 35 12.2 NST, SNORT (IDS), & BASE ......................................................................................................... 36 CHAPTER 13: FILE INTEGRITY CHECKERS & SYSTEM MONITORS ............... 36 13.1 HASHCALC .................................................................................................................................... 36 13.2 PROCESS MONITOR (FILEMON) ............................................................................................. 37 13.3 FILEVERIFIER++ ......................................................................................................................... 37 13.4 WINDOWS EVENT VIEWER (LOGS) ....................................................................................... 38 13.5 SNARE FOR WINDOWS .............................................................................................................. 38 CHAPTER 14: ALTERNATE DATA STREAMS ............................................... 38 14.1 CREATE AN ADS ........................................................................................................................... 38 14.2 ADS EXECUTABLE ...................................................................................................................... 39 14.3 ADS SPY .......................................................................................................................................... 39
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CHAPTER 15: DATA RECOVERY & SECURE DELETION ................................ 40 15.1 FILE RECOVERY (RECUVA) ...................................................................................................... 40 15.2 SECURE DELETION (ERASER) ................................................................................................ 40 15.3 CLEAN UP (CCLEANER) ............................................................................................................ 41 15.4 DISK WIPE ..................................................................................................................................... 41 CHAPTER 16: CRYPTOGRAPHY ............................................................... 41 16.1 LOCKNOTE .................................................................................................................................... 41 16.2 AXCRYPT ....................................................................................................................................... 42 16.3 COMPRESS AND ENCRYPT (7-ZIP) ......................................................................................... 42 16.4 ENIGMA .......................................................................................................................................... 43 16.5 TRUECRYPT .................................................................................................................................. 43 16.6 CRYPTOOL V2 ............................................................................................................................... 44 16.7 ENCRYPTED USB (TRUECRYPT) ............................................................................................. 44 16.8 ENCRYPTED EMAIL (HUSHMAIL) .......................................................................................... 44 CHAPTER 17: STEGANOGRAPHY ............................................................. 45 17.1 DIGITAL WATERMARKING ...................................................................................................... 45 17.2 INVISIBLE SECRETS 2.1 ............................................................................................................. 45 17.3 STEGDETECT ................................................................................................................................ 46 17.4 OPENPUFF ..................................................................................................................................... 46 CHAPTER 18: FORENSICS ...................................................................... 47 18.1 BGINFO ........................................................................................................................................... 47 18.2 METADATA (TAGVIEW) ............................................................................................................. 47 18.3 CAINE .............................................................................................................................................. 48 CHAPTER 19: APPLICATION SECURITY .................................................... 48 19.1 CONCURRENCY FLAWS ............................................................................................................ 48 19.2 CROSS-SITE SCRIPTING (XSS) ................................................................................................. 49 19.3 AUTHENTICATION ERRORS .................................................................................................... 49 19.4 SQL INJECTION ............................................................................................................................ 49 CHAPTER 20: LINUX PRIMER .................................................................. 50 20.1 LINUX INSTALLATION (FEDORA) .......................................................................................... 50 20.2 COMMAND-LINE PRIMER (FEDORA) .................................................................................... 50 20.3
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