Hacking Exposed Cisco Networks: Cisco Security Secrets Solutions

Hacking Exposed Cisco Networks: Cisco Security Secrets & Solutions
by Andrew A. Vladimirov, Konstantin V. Gavrilenko, Janis N. Vizulis and Andrei A. Mikhailovsky  
McGraw-Hill/Osborne 2006 (648 pages)

Defend against the sneakiest attacks by looking at your Cisco network through the eyes of the intruder. With the help of this step-by-step guide, you ll prevent catastrophes by learning how new flaws in Cisco-centered networks are discovered and abused.

Table of Contents
Hacking Exposed Cisco Networks ”Cisco Security Secrets & Solutions
Case Study
Part I - Foundations
Chapter 1 - Cisco Network Design Models and Security Overview
Chapter 2 - Cisco Network Security Elements
Chapter 3 - Real-World Cisco Security Issues
Part II - "I Am Enabled" ”Hacking the Box
Chapter 4 - Profiling and Enumerating Cisco Networks
Chapter 5 - Enumerating and Fingerprinting Cisco Devices
Chapter 6 - Getting In from the Outside ”Dead Easy
Chapter 7 - Hacking Cisco Devices ”The Intermediate Path
Chapter 8 - Cisco IOS Exploitation ”The Proper Way
Chapter 9 - Cracking Secret Keys, Social Engineering, and Malicious Physical Access
Chapter 10 - Exploiting and Preserving Access
Chapter 11 - Denial of Service Attacks Against Cisco Devices
Part III - Protocol Exploitation in Cisco Networking Environments
Chapter 12 - Spanning Tree, VLANs, EAP-LEAP, and CDP
Chapter 13 - HSRP, GRE, Firewalls, and VPN Penetration
Chapter 14 - Routing Protocols Exploitation
Part IV - Appendixes
Appendix A - Network Appliance Security Testing Template
Appendix B - Lab Router Interactive Cisco Auto Secure Configuration Example
Appendix C - Undocumented Cisco Commands
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars

Hacking Exposed Cisco Networks
Hacking Exposed Cisco Networks: Cisco Security Secrets & Solutions
ISBN: 0072259175
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 117

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