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Network Security with OpenSSL: Cryptography for Secure Communications (Classique Us) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

John Viega Matt Messier & Pravir Chandra
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27. Juni 2002 Classique Us
Most applications these days are at least somewhat network aware, but how do you protect those applications against common network security threats? Many developers are turning to OpenSSL, an open source version of SSL/TLS, which is the most widely used protocol for secure network communications. The OpenSSL library is seeing widespread adoption for web sites that require cryptographic functions to protect a broad range of sensitive information, such as credit card numbers and other financial transactions. The library is the only free, full-featured SSL implementation for C and C++, and it can be used programmatically or from the command line to secure most TCP-based network protocols. Network Security with OpenSSL enables developers to use this protocol much more effectively. Traditionally, getting something simple done in OpenSSL could easily take weeks. This concise book gives you the guidance you need to avoid pitfalls, while allowing you to take advantage of the library?s advanced features. And, instead of bogging you down in the technical details of how SSL works under the hood, this book provides only the information that is necessary to use OpenSSL safely and effectively. In step-by-step fashion, the book details the challenges in securing network communications, and shows you how to use OpenSSL tools to best meet those challenges. As a system or network administrator, you will benefit from the thorough treatment of the OpenSSL command-line interface, as well as from step-by-step directions for obtaining certificates and setting up your own certification authority. As a developer, you will further benefit from the in-depth discussions and examples of how to use OpenSSL in your own programs. Although OpenSSL is written in C, information on how to use OpenSSL with Perl, Python and PHP is also included. OpenSSL may well answer your need to protect sensitive data. If that?s the case, Network Security with OpenSSL is the only guide available on the subject.

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Produktinformation

  • Taschenbuch: 384 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 1 (27. Juni 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 059600270X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596002701
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,4 x 17,8 x 2,3 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 51.106 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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"If you have struggled with OpenSSL and the supplied documentation then you will regret the amount of time that you have wasted before finding this book. If you are planning to use OpenSSL then you need to buy a copy - it's essential reading. What is more surprising is that even if you don't plan to use OpenSSL, then downloading it and trying out the examples in the book could be the education in practical cryptography you really need. What more can I say of any book, other than that I certainly won't be lending it to anyone else? It's going to remain firmly chained to my bookshelf for the foreseeable future - and no, you can't borrow it." - Mike James, VSJ, October 2003

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This volume is designed to enable developers to use The OpenSSL library more effectively. It offers guidance on avoiding pitfalls, while taking advantage of the library's advanced features and provides the information necessary to use OpenSSL safely and effectively. In step-by-step fashion, the book details the challenges in securing network communications, and shows you how to use OpenSSL tools to best meet those challenges. System and network administrator should benefit from the thorough treatment of the OpenSSL command-line interface, as well as from step-by-step directions for obtaining certificates and setting up certification authority. Developer should benefit from the in-depth discussions and examples of how to use OpenSSL in their own programs. Although OpenSSL is written in C, information on how to use OpenSSL with Perl, Python and PHP is also included.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Eine wertvolle Ergänzung zur Dokumentation 12. Februar 2003
Von Ein Kunde
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Wer kryptographische Grundlagen erwartet wird in diesem Buch nicht fündig, wenngleich die wichtigsten (für das Verständnis der Bibliothek erforderlichen) Themen erklärt werden. Wer hingegen mit der mitgelieferten OpenSSL-Doku nicht glücklich ist, wird mit diesem Buch einen ausführlichen Leifaden für die Anwendung von Kommandozeilen-Tools, C-API und anderen Sprach-Bindings finden. Darüber hinaus werden in allen Bereichen die potentiellen Gefahren der falschen Anwendung von Verschlüsselungs-Software erläutert und hilfreiche Tipps gegeben, die in der Dokumentation der Software selbst nicht zu finden wären. Alles in allem ein gelungenes Werk.
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Ich hab mir dieses Buch gekauft, um sichere Lizenzsysteme zu entwickeln. Das Buch überrascht mit einfach verständlichen Beschreibungen aller Grundbegriffe der Kryptologie und einer Beispielhaften Einführung in die Bibliothek OpenSSL.

Neben vielen Beispielen finde ich vorallem die entsprechenden Warnungen nützlich, wo durch falsches Verwenden der Bibliothek die Sicherheit gefährded würde.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen openssl programming cleanly explained 12. Oktober 2004
Von H. W - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book starts with a general introduction of encryption in general, then SSL protocol in general. Then openssl command line interface is introduced with some easy to follow examples. Later openssl programming is explained in detail.

As the only free SSL programming library with source code available, openssl is notorious for its undocumented/underdocumented/misdocumented manuals. Starting a software project using openssl without prior experience is often a painful experience if you simply rely on the manuals coming with the source code. Given thousands of interfaces/data structures, it is an overwhelming job to understand openssl in depth. Your best bet is usually reading the sample source code that comes with package, but often it leaves lots of questions - what does this api do? Why use this one? Under what circumstances should I use this one? You may rely on openssl mailing list, but answer is not guaranteed and you have to do your own home work first.

So come this book finally. It explains (using many examples) most interfaces a typical openssl programmer would use in reality. It is a really easy to read from chapter to chapter since the authors apparently try to explain most api using a short and clear example.

I wish when the next version comes out, it can do:

1. fix typos. Yeah, it does contain some typos. Good proofreading is needed.

2. Include topics in openssl 0.9.7. Like CRL.

3. What's going on under hood. How openssl code is organized, how interface control of flow goes. This helps understand the openssl library and debugging as well.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Another example of how NOT to write a technical book 20. Juli 2009
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Although I haven't finished reading the book yet, my level of frustration with it warrants a review. I'll update the review if I change my mind. Setting aside the many typos (e.g. bottom of p. 86), the fact that the book is now 7-8 years out of date, and explanations of functions that are frequently less clear than the online documentation, my complaint has to do with the almost randomized organization of the material. The first chapter is an overview that focuses on jargon more than anything; in particular it doesn't provide a clear description of exactly what happens when an SSL connection is established (the single most important detail for understanding everything that follows). This renders the second chapter on the command line interface next to useless, since it's only somewhat clear what these commands are doing -- shouldn't this material come after almost everything else? The 3rd chapter shows how to generate public keys without explaining clearly how they're used, and the 4th chapter jumps right into multithreading support, abstract I/O, and random number generation. Where the authors just writing down whatever popped into their heads next? Where were the editors on this project?

It does contain some useful information, hence the 2 stars, but the authors' horrible writing style and inability to organize their thoughts really makes me want to give a 1-star review. Terrible book, although still better than the online documentation overall. And unfortunately, no one appears to have a written a better one (as of July 2009).
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book to Use When Writing an SSL app. 28. Mai 2005
Von ATL DUDE - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you have little or no experience with SSL, or OpenSSL, get this book. It explains the principles behind SSL, and then goes on to cover OpenSSL. The companion website opensslbook.com contains the latest examples.

The only drawbacks to the book are the way that the authors cover random number generators for windows, (totally excludes the MS crypto function cryptgenrand(), in favor of the Author's own entropy collection system), and the creation of certificates could have been covered a little better. I also kept having to consult the Openssl API documentation for clarification on certain things, but overall this is a great book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The only SSL book you'll need.. 8. Juli 2002
Von Kevin J. Schmidt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My title says it all. If you are a programmer who needs to use OpenSSL in a custom client/server application, then get this book. The code examples and corresponding text make perfect sense. The authors also go to great trouble to make sure you know the correct way in which to use the OpenSSL package. The book also covers using the openssl command-line utility. If you've ever pulled your hair out trying to understand how to use OpenSSL or have read the VERY incomplete documentation, then buy this book and have all your questions answered.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent! 22. November 2002
Von Antonio A. Rodriguez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
OpenSSL is a terrific programming resource, but the online documentation on it
is hard to understand and index. This book brings most of it all together, and
provides enough examples to answer most of your questions.
One thing that it lacks is tie-ins with Java; most of its examples are in Perl
and Python. I'm currently trying to see if certain ideas can be implemented in Java.
A great book, and great read!
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