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Sockets, Shellcode, porting & coding; reverse engineering exploits and tool coding for security professionals.

1597490059

Sockets, Shellcode, porting & coding; reverse engineering exploits and tool coding for security professionals.

Foster, James C.

Syngress Media, Inc.

2005

667 pages

$49.95

Paperback

QA76.9

Foster (Computer Sciences Corp.) and Price (McAfee) explain how to code with the Nessus Attack Scripting language (NASL), and program Berkeley software distribution (BSD), Windows, and Java sockets that will provide secure network connections. The book then addresses applications that will run on different operating systems, writing shell code for penetration testing, and the methods hackers use to exploit format string, TCP/IP, and buffer overflow vulnerabilities. Distributed in the U.S. by O'Reilly.

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