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Security, 4th edition by Anonymous
Some links to explore on networks and security
Another helpful glossary of Internetworking Terms and concepts.
This LAN is your LAN.
On reserve at the UNI library - 3 day loan
Byte Wars: The Impact of September 11th on Information Technology
by Ed Yourdon
Assignments week #1.
- Class One outline. Latest addition was 11:10
a.m. Monday morning. (BRING YOUR PASSWORD SHEET - don't forget it).
- Class Two outline.
- Class Three outline. Started and available
- Class Four outline and resources.
Thursday, July 10th class.
Class #4 of a 4 week
class would be 40 minutes of the 8th and all of the 9th
and more than half of the 10th class for a one
semester long, MWF class schedule.
- Class #5 will continue and catch up with the class 3 and 4
materials we did not get to yet.
Class 5 talked about How PGP works, by
generating and sharing a random, one time session key
cryptography) and using that session key to encrypt the message.
Then then session key is encrypted using the intended recipient's
public key (asymmetric or public key encryption).
Class 5 also reviewed binary and hexadecimal again, talked
about the TCP and IP headers in relation to the homework.
We sniffed an ssh session, to look at the encryption. And
we talked about steganography.
- Week #2: Class #6.
- Class #7.
- Maximum Security - Chapter 10:
- Here is a good article about
- Class #9 - Thursday.
- Friday, July 18th class #10:
Network Adapter Cards, review for exam #1,
teardrop attack example, ftp followup, and firewalls
- Wednesday, July 23rd class #13: Firewalls.
You will need the handout, if you missed class.
- Thursday, July 24th class #14: Digital
signatures, message digests, hash functions, PGP email system
and following a session between a web server and your client browser.
- Presentation schedule - email note
from day 15 (Friday, July 25th).
- Week #3, class #5, Friday July 25th class.
Presentations that were done using web or PowerPoint
are available here.
Note and STUDY GUIDE for the Final Exam: Exam
#2 will be