Hacking Security

CyberSecurity Books Part 3

CyberSecurity Books

CyberSecurity Books Part 3


Hi Guys, this is the Part 3 of CyberSecurity Books, also you can find the first and second Part of CyberSecurity Books bellow, however it’s never past the point where it is possible to peruse them now. On the off chance that you believe that we have missed something.



Network Pen-testing

1-  Wireshark Essentials

About the book
Troubleshoot, identify security risks and measure KPIs with Wireshark
Get valuable information about network and application logs, as well as key fields for each log.
Configure Wireshark and analyze networks and applications at the package level using practical examples and step-by-step instructions.
Who is this book addressed to

This book is for IT professionals who want to extend or improve their skills in package analysis. Basic knowledge of general terms and technologies for network services and applications is required. However, knowledge of advanced network topics or protocols is not required. Readers from all IT domains can develop the analytical skills necessary to complement and support their respective areas of responsibility and interests.


2- Mastering Wireshark

Book Description

Wireshark is a popular and powerful tool that can analyze the number of bits and bytes on a network. Wireshark processes the second to seventh layers of network protocols and the analysis performed is presented in human readable form.

If you master Wireshark, you can bring your knowledge to an expert level. At the beginning of the book, you will be introduced to the Wireshark installation and the user interface to understand all the features. In the future, you will discover different ways to create and use capture and display filters. In the middle of the book, you will be familiar with the features of Wireshark, analyzing different layers of the network protocol and looking for anomalies. At the end of the book, you will learn how to use and configure Wireshark for network security analysis for troubleshooting purposes.

What you will learn

  • Install Wireshark and understand the interface and all the features
    Create and use different filters
    Analyze different layers of network protocols and know the amount of packets passing through the network
    Decrypt encrypted wireless traffic
    Use Wireshark as a diagnostic tool and also to analyze network security to track malware.
    Troubleshoot Network Faults Using Wireshark
    Troubleshoot latency and bottleneck issues on the network


Defensive Security


1- Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers – Fascicle 0


TIn his book, the reader is first brought to the 30,000 view, which allows you to see the entire landscape of security. I then try to explain a very simple approach to threat modeling created by Bruce Schneier, called the Sensitive Security Model (SSM). We take the conclusions of the first chapter and apply them to the lower levels. I describe how to set up a security-related distribution with all the tools and configuration options needed to navigate the book. We then review the processes and practices frequently used by the attacker. We learn from them and train defenders to look for mistakes in their Sprint cycles, from the most expensive to the least expensive. The rest of the book focuses on the specific areas of the cover of this book.


My intention with “Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers” is, in many ways, to help you answer your own questions and to show you that creating systems and arming individuals to resist types of Today’s usual attacks not only for mortals is possible. This means that an attacker often manages to reach an easier target by simply raising the last point. Unless they are specific to you. In this case, you should discover many of the risks and countermeasures I mentioned to increase the difficulty of your attacker and thus greatly increase your chances of defense and counter-attack.


2- Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers – Fascicle 1


The second part of a three-part book series focused on improving the security knowledge of software developers, engineers, and their teams so that they can deliver secure technical solutions in a timely manner. and within budget.



Offensive Security



1- 501 Website Hacking Secrets

What types of secrets are included in 501 Website Secrets? Well, there are parts of
A website that you did not know existed. Or ways to use the site you did not know
of. Or special orders that help you get more from the site than you
could be before. Cool stuff like that – and more.

That’s the nature of a secret – something that most users do not know, but
would kick if they did. These are the types of things that are done
You say, “It’s cool, I did not know you could do that!” And then
You want to go directly to the website to discover the secret yourself. (Go straight;
It’s allowed.)

Of course, all the 501 secrets of this book are not new to you. If you are on the Internet
You will probably know some of what I reveal on these pages. It is
OK It just means you’re up to date. But I’m sure you’ll find it
more than a few secrets that you did not know and that made this book a
It’s worth reading for you.



2- Hacking Into Computer Systems: – A Beginners Guide

So, you want to be a harmless hacker?

“You mean you can hack without breaking the law?”

It was the voice of a freshman in high school. He had me on the phone because his father had just taken
away from his computer. His fault? Go to my Internet account. The boy was hoping to impress me
how he was “kewl”. But before I realized he had entered, a system administrator had discovered the children of my ISP
harmless explorations and alerted the parents. Now, the boy wanted my help back online.

Learn to hack … with the complete beginner’s guide.


3- CEH Certified Ethical Hacker All-in-One Exam Guide, Fourth Edition

This integrated self-learning system has been carefully updated to meet the objectives of the CEH v10 exam and is fully compliant with the EC’s Certified Ethical Hacker certification. In this new edition, computer security expert Matt Walker presents the latest tools, techniques, and achievements relevant to the exam. At the beginning of each chapter you will find learning objectives, test tips, practical questions and detailed explanations. This comprehensive resource is designed to help you pass the exam. It is also an important reference to work.

Covers all exam subjects, including:

• Ethical bases of piracy
• Lights and footprint
• scan and list
• sniff and dodge
• attack a system
Hacking servers and web applications
• WLAN hacking
• Security in the cloud computing
• Trojans and other attacks
• cryptography
• social engineering and physical security
• penetration tests

Cybercrime is as dangerous a threat as an armed intruder. Yet millions of Americans are complacent or simply do not know how to protect themselves. The secret of cybersecurity fills this gap by educating readers about concrete examples.

It is 2 o’clock in the morning. Do you know who your child is online with?

According to author Scott Augenbaum, 80-90% of students use their smartphone to do what they want – and parents have no idea. It’s you What about your online banking passwords? Are you sure Your e-mail account or bank / debit card has already been handled? In 2018, several large companies were victims of privacy breaches. If these companies have your credit or debit information, you are concerned.

There are bad people in the world and they are on the Internet. They want to hurt you. They are stationed around the world and work hard even when you sleep. You use automated programs to search for vulnerabilities in your Internet security programs. And they never stop.

Digitization is now the engine of technology, hence the importance for companies to design security mechanisms for their network infrastructures. Vulnerability analysis is one of the best ways to secure your network infrastructure.

This tutorial first introduces you to various concepts of evaluating network security, workflows, and architectures. They learn to use open source tools to perform active and passive network analysis, and use these results to analyze and design a threat model for network security. Once you’ve learned the basics, learn how to use Nessus and Nmap to scan your network for vulnerabilities, open ports, and get backdoor access to a network. As you go through the chapters, you’ll get an overview of the different critical scanning tasks, including firewall detection, operating system discovery, and access management to detect vulnerabilities in your network.

At the end of this training, you will be familiar with the tools needed for network scanning, scanning for vulnerabilities, and network protection techniques.

This tutorial contains the contents of the following Packt books:

Network Analysis Recipe Book by Sairam Jetty
Network vulnerability assessment by Sagar Rahalkar



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