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watchpoints (gdb)  
web proxies  
       security risks  
web services  
web site analysis  
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)  
               data analysis  
               IV collision  
               wireless sniffing  
WHERE modifier command  
WHILE loops  
whois command   2nd  
       forensic tools  
       honeypots, difficulty in deploying  
       log analysis  
               integration into Unix logging framework  
       reconnaissance tools  
       reverse code engineering
       SOAP   [See SOAP]
Windows 2003 Server  
       EFS (Encrypting File System) enhancements  
               data recovery  
               password reset issue  
                user interaction  
       Kerberos implementation  
       release history  
       third party encryption (EP Hard Disk)  
               component names, function names, role names  
               installation and updating  
               local and corporate administrator recovery  
               One-Time Password  
               Single Sign-On  
               user configuration options  
Windows CE  
       contrasted with other Windows OSes  
       cracking techniques  
               NOP sliding  
               predictable system calls  
               strcmp and cmp  
               strlen and wsclen  
        disassembling a program  
       disassembling programs
               IDA Pro, using  
       memory architecture  
       MVC   [See MVC]
       RAM vs. ROM  
       reverse code engineering  
               ARM processors   [See ARM]
       serial.exe   [See serial.exe, reverse engineering]
       supported processors  
Windows client attacks  
       buffer overflow attacks  
       DoS (denial-of-service)  
               help center attacks  
               SMB (Service Message Block) attack  
               UPnP attacks  
       remote assistance vulnerabilities  
       Remote Desktop, vulnerabilitiies  
Windows NT/2000 Resource Kit  
Windows Server attacks  
       Active Directory exploitation  
       buffer overflow attacks  
       Kerberos cracking   2nd   [See also Kerberos protocol]
       PKI (Public Key Infrastructure), hacking  
       smart card hacking  
       automatic file recovery  
       binary editor  
       copying and imaging capabilities  
       disk cataloging  
       disk wiping  
       expert features  
       parallel search facility  
       text filtering  
wiping tools  
wireless security  
        airborne viruses  
       antenna configuration  
       RADIUS (remote authentication dial-in user service)  
       SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)  
       TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol)  
       VPNs (Virtual Private Networks)  
       WEP   [See WEP]
       wireless sniffing  
                keystream extraction  
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) XML Encryption standard  
wsclen instruction  
       cracking example  
WU-FTP exploit  

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Security Warrior
Security Warrior
ISBN: 0596005458
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 211

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