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Introduction to Network Security (Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer & Information Science) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 3. Dezember 2008


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Students can easily understand how things work thanks to the different figures/definitions students can see the different steps taken to build a secure environment and avoid most of the usual mistakes. A website (http: //www.dougj.net/textbook) is provided to support the book, where the reader can find additional content, like instructor materials, slides to support the book, on-line tutorials, help to start the programming parts. It is not mandatory at all to understand the book, but it is a really nice addition. the book is really well written, and easily understandable without lacking the rigor required in the domain. This book won t get dusty on my shelf, as it contains so [much] precious information, and is enjoyable.
IACR book reviews, February 2010

? Students can easily understand how things work thanks to the different figures/definitions ? students can see the different steps taken to build a secure environment and avoid most of the usual mistakes. ? A website (http: //www.dougj.net/textbook) is provided to support the book, where the reader can find additional content, like instructor materials, slides to support the book, on-line tutorials, help to start the programming parts. It is not mandatory at all to understand the book, but it is a really nice addition. ? the book is really well written, and easily understandable without lacking the rigor required in the domain. ?This book won?t get dusty on my shelf, as it contains so [much] precious information, and is enjoyable.
?IACR book reviews, February 2010

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"Introduction to Network Security" maintains its focus on the network and its vulnerabilities, protocols, and security solutions. This book discusses network architecture, the functions of layers in a typical network, and network based attacks including header, protocol, and authentication attacks. Using a bottom-up approach, it provides understanding of the vulnerabilities and mechanisms of each layer of network security. A define-attack-defend methodology is used throughout the text to introduce relevant protocols. It also presents homework problems, laboratory experiments, and appendices that demonstrate how to develop a low cost lab environment and that offer an overview of cryptology.

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HASH(0x9a905cc0) von 5 Sternen Excellent book. 29. Juli 2010
Von Anonymous - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This is an absolutely excellent book. It breaks down the basic network layers, their headers and their functions in an easy to understand format. It is not overly verbose and provides just the right amount of examples to give the reader a good understanding of how everything works and fits together. It also provides a good "taxonomy," as the author calls it, for classifying the attacks/mitigation techniques that can be implemented for the different network layers. Lastly and probably most importantly the book is written for some who has no knowledge of computer networking. It does and wonderful job of explaining things leaving the reader with an outstanding understanding of that subject.
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HASH(0x9ab33474) von 5 Sternen This book is alright 9. März 2011
Von Ben - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book was alright. I took a class by this professor and used a draft of the final version of this book. The draft had a few inaccuracies, but that's why it was a draft, I would assume the issues are fixed now. The professor does know his stuff, but you should note that is is an introduction to network and general security. If your new to security and you want to learn a good "taxonomy" for network attacks then this is a good place to start, but I've seen better books on security. There are not many real world examples in this book because it is an introduction and it is assumed the skill set is not there yet, also because real world attacks change very quickly. The assignments recommended in this book are good and the accompanying code on the website is a good starter for getting interested in network security. However if you have any sort of network security experience already I would recommend diving into other books instead.
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HASH(0x9a90aa38) von 5 Sternen Not that great 7. Juli 2009
Von zeromancer1984 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Required for a class, but not very useful. Material has inaccuracies, isn't well presented, and unoriginal.
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