Black Hat Physical Device Security: Exploiting Hardware and Software.TK5105
Black Hat physical device security; exploiting hardware and software.
Syngress Media, Inc., [c]2005
Intended for quality assurance engineers and security analysts, this guide show how to audit security devices and suggests design modifications and code-level fixes that can be applied to applications and devices to mitigate the risk of most exposures. The author covers cryptography, secure communication, buffer overflows, injections, hijacking hijacking
Crime of seizing possession or control of a vehicle from another by force or threat of force. Although by the late 20th century hijacking most frequently involved the seizure of an airplane and its forcible diversion to destinations chosen by the air pirates, when connections, spoofing (1) Faking the sending address of a transmission in order to gain illegal entry into a secure system. See e-mail spoofing.
(2) Creating fake responses or signals in order to keep a session active and prevent timeouts. data, monitoring the login process, enveloping en·vel·op
tr.v. en·vel·oped, en·vel·op·ing, en·vel·ops
1. To enclose or encase completely with or as if with a covering: "Accompanying the darkness, a stillness envelops the city" hardware, authentication (1) Verifying the integrity of a transmitted message. See message integrity, e-mail authentication and MAC.
(2) Verifying the identity of a user logging into a network. , and detecting deviations. Distributed in the U.S. by O'Reilly.