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Securing Windows Server 2003
By Mike  Danseglio
 
Publisher : O'Reilly
Pub Date : November 2004
ISBN : 0-596-00685-3
Pages : 456
 


      Copyright
      Preface
        What's in This Book?
        Audience
        About This Book
        Assumptions This Book Makes
        Conventions Used in This Book
        Comments and Questions
        Acknowledgments
        Chapter 1.   Introduction to Windows Server 2003 Security
        Section 1.1.   What Is Security?
        Section 1.2.   What Is Windows Server 2003?
        Section 1.3.   Security Design in Windows Server 2003
        Section 1.4.   Security Features in the Windows Server 2003 Family
        Section 1.5.   Summary
        Chapter 2.   Basics of Computer Security
        Section 2.1.   Why Computer Security Is Important
        Section 2.2.   Security Enforcement Mechanisms
        Section 2.3.   POLA: The Principle of Least Access
        Section 2.4.   Key-Based Cryptography
        Section 2.5.   Authorization and Authentication
        Section 2.6.   Password Basics
        Section 2.7.   Network Security
        Section 2.8.   Keeping Your Eyes Open
        Section 2.9.   Summary
        Chapter 3.   Physical Security
        Section 3.1.   Identifying Physical Security Vulnerabilities
        Section 3.2.   Protecting Physical Assets
        Section 3.3.   Holistic Security: Best Practices
        Section 3.4.   Summary
        Chapter 4.   File System Security
        Section 4.1.   Protecting Files with NTFS File Permissions
        Section 4.2.   Protecting Data with the Encrypting File System
        Section 4.3.   Protecting System Information with Syskey
        Section 4.4.   Summary
        Chapter 5.   Group Policy and Security Templates
        Section 5.1.   What Is Group Policy?
        Section 5.2.   How Group Policy Works
        Section 5.3.   How Do Security Templates Work?
        Section 5.4.   Using Group Policy to Enforce Security
        Section 5.5.   Using Security Templates to Deploy Secure Configurations
        Section 5.6.   Summary
        Chapter 6.   Running Secure Code
        Section 6.1.   Identifying Secure Code
        Section 6.2.   Driver Signing
        Section 6.3.   Software Restriction Policies
        Section 6.4.   Summary
        Chapter 7.   Authentication
        Section 7.1.   LAN Manager and NTLM
        Section 7.2.   Kerberos
        Section 7.3.   Summary
        Chapter 8.   IP Security
        Section 8.1.   What Is IP Security?
        Section 8.2.   How Does IPSec Work?
        Section 8.3.   Microsoft's Implementation of IPSec in Windows Server 2003
        Section 8.4.   Using IPSec Correctly
        Section 8.5.   Summary
        Chapter 9.   Certificates and Public Key Infrastructure
        Section 9.1.   What Are Certificates?
        Section 9.2.   What Do I Do with Certificates?
        Section 9.3.   What Is a Certification Authority?
        Section 9.4.   Deciding Between Public and Private Certification Authorities
        Section 9.5.   Implementing a Public PKI
        Section 9.6.   Planning Your Private Certification Hierarchy
        Section 9.7.   Implementing a Private Certification Hierarchy
        Section 9.8.   Maintaining Your Hierarchy
        Section 9.9.   Summary
        Chapter 10.   Smart Card Technology
        Section 10.1.   What Are Smart Cards?
        Section 10.2.   Using Smart Cards
        Section 10.3.   Summary
        Chapter 11.   DHCP and DNS Security
        Section 11.1.   DHCP
        Section 11.2.   DNS
        Section 11.3.   DNS and DHCP Together
        Section 11.4.   Summary
        Chapter 12.   Internet Information Services Security
        Section 12.1.   What Is IIS?
        Section 12.2.   How Does IIS Work?
        Section 12.3.   Using IIS Securely
        Section 12.4.   Summary
        Chapter 13.   Active Directory Security
        Section 13.1.   What Is Active Directory?
        Section 13.2.   Structural Components of Active Directory
        Section 13.3.   Domain Controllers
        Section 13.4.   Default Security Through GPOs
        Section 13.5.   Providing Security for Domains
        Section 13.6.   Providing Security for Forests
        Section 13.7.   Providing Security for Active Directory Objects
        Section 13.8.   Providing Security for Domain Controllers
        Section 13.9.   Summary
        Chapter 14.   Remote Access Security
        Section 14.1.   What Is Remote Access?
        Section 14.2.   Controlling Access
        Section 14.3.   Authentication and Encryption Protocols
        Section 14.4.   Virtual Private Networks
        Section 14.5.   Example Implementations for Remote Access
        Section 14.6.   Summary
        Chapter 15.   Auditing and Ongoing Security
        Section 15.1.   Security Policies and Procedures
        Section 15.2.   Auditing
        Section 15.3.   Operating System Updates
        Section 15.4.   Summary
        Appendix A.   Sending Secure Email
        Section A.1.   What Is Secure Email?
        Section A.2.   How Does Secure Email Work?
        Section A.3.   Considerations for Secure Email
        Section A.4.   Secure Email Implementation
        Section A.5.   Summary
      Colophon
      Index


Securing Windows Server 2003
Securing Windows Server 2003
ISBN: 0596006853
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 139

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