OReilly Snort Cookbook (2005)
If you are a network administrator, you're under a lot of pressure to ensure that mission-critical systems are completely safe from malicious code, buffer overflows, stealth port scans, SMB probes, OS fingerprinting attempts, CGI attacks, and other network intruders. Designing a reliable way to detect intruders before they get in is an essentialbut often overwhelmingchallenge. Snort, the defacto open source standard of intrusion detection tools, is capable of performing real-time traffic analysis and packet logging on IP network. It can perform protocol analysis, content searching, and matching. Snort can save countless headaches; the new Snort Cookbook will save countless hours of sifting through dubious online advice or wordy tutorials in order to leverage the full power of SNORT. Each recipe in the popular and practical problem-solution-discussion O'Reilly cookbook format contains a clear and thorough description of the problem, a concise but complete discussion of a solution, and real-world examples that illustrate that solution. The Snort Cookbook covers important issues that sys admins and security pros will us everyday, such as:
rules and signatures
detecting common attacks
But the Snort Cookbook offers far more than quick cut-and-paste solutions to frustrating security issues. Those who learn best in the trenches--and don't have the hours to spare to pore over tutorials or troll online for best-practice snippets of advice will find that the solutions offered in this ultimate Snort sourcebook not only solve immediate problems quickly, but also showcase the best tips and tricks they need to master be security gurus and still have a life.
Working with Microsoft ISA Server 2004 (2006)
Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 helps secure an Internet connection
and also improves the performance of Internet access. ISA Server provides various ISA Server
services, such as Job Scheduler and Firewall, to implement security on the network. It also provides
features, such as monitoring and Virtual Private Networks (VPN), to manage the Internet
connection. ISA Server also allows you to define rules to secure the network and protect it from
This chapter provides an overview of ISA Server 2004, and explains its various features. It also
explains the differences between the Standard and Enterprise versions of the software.