9781435483712_PPT_ch06 - Cyber Safety Chapter 6: Incident...

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Unformatted text preview: Cyber Safety Chapter 6: Incident Response Copyright by EC-Council All Objectives  Define an incident response  Recall how to respond to different incidents Copyright by EC-Council All rights Introduction  Incident  Occurrence of an event or set of events that threatens the security of a computer or computers  Incident response  Capability to deliver the event or set of events to an incident management system or a help desk system to solve the resulting problems, trace incidents, and plan and implement future prevention Copyright by EC-Council All rights Incident: Trojan Attack  Ben uses his computer to send and receive e-mails and to save all his work-related documents  He receives an e-mail from his friends e-mail address with an attachment named Openme.exe.  After opening the attachment, pop-up windows that contain advertisements for adult Web sites start appearing frequently on his computer  Whenever he browses the Internet, he is prompted to download a phone dialer program  The cause might be the W32.DSS.trojan program that was launched when he opened the attachment Copyright by EC-Council All rights Trojan Attack (contd.)  Steps to respond to incident on Bens computer:  End the Openme.exe process in the Task Manager  Delete the Openme.exe file on your hard disk  Remove the entry for Openme.exe in the Windows registry  Double-click Shell entry present in the right pane  Delete the Openme.exe value, and then click OK  Quit Registry Editor Copyright by...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course COMPUTER CGS2100 taught by Professor Sanders during the Spring '09 term at Florida State College.

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