Networking and Security

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  • Software Security- building security

    By Gary McGraw This book presents a coherent and detailed approach for putting software security into practice. Through the unification of proactive design and careful exploit-driven testing built on a foundation of risk management, Software Security explains in detail how to properly address software-induced security risk.

  • Foundations of Computer Security

    By David Salomon This book is intended as a starting point for those familiar with basic concepts of computers and computations who would like to extend their knowledge into the realm of computer and network security. The book is primarily a textbook for undergraduate classes on computer security. It is mostly nonmathematical and makes no attempt to be complete. The only prerequisite for understanding the material presented here is familiarity with the basic concepts of computers and computations such as (1) the organization of data in bits and bytes, (2) data structures (arrays, trees, and graphs), and (3) network concepts such as IP numbers, input/output ports, and communications protocols.

  • Fedora 10 Linux Administration, Networking, and Security

    By Fedora This book is designed as an administration and security reference. Administration tools are covered as well as the underlying configuration files and system implementations. The emphasis is on what administrators will need to know to perform key administration and security tasks. Topics covered include user management, time server settings, start up configuration, software management, kernel configuration, SELinux, and file system management. Server tools are covered as well as the underlying configuration files and system implementations. Topics covered include network connections, IP network administration, software management, Upstart service management, runlevels, and the Network Time Protocol.

  • Mathematical Foundations of Computer Networking

    By S. Keshav This book addresses these problems by providing a single source to learn about the mathematical foundations of computer networking. Assuming only a rudimentary grasp of calculus, it provides an intuitive yet rigorous introduction to a wide range of mathematical topics. The chapters in this book fall into two broad categories: foundations and theories. The first five foundational chapters cover probability, statistics, linear algebra, optimization, and signals, systems and transforms. These chapters provide the basis for the four theories covered in the latter half of the book: queueing theory, game theory, control theory, and information theory.

  • Computer Networking : Principles, Protocols and Practice

    By Olivier Bonaventure This is the current draft of the second edition of the Computer Networking : Principles, Protocols and Practice. This is an unpolished draft of the second edition of this ebook. If you find any error or have suggestions to improve the text, please create an issue via

  • Data communication computer network

    By Tutorialspoint This tutorial gives very good understanding on Data Communication and Computer Networks. After completing this tutorial, you will find yourself at a moderate level of expertise in knowing DCN, from where you can take yourself to next levels.

  • An Introduction to Computer Networks

    Peter L Dordal This book is meant as a serious and more-or-less thorough text for an introductory college or graduate course in computer networks, carefully researched, with consistent notation and style, and complete with diagrams and exercises. I have also tried to rethink the explanations of many protocols and algorithms, with the goal of making them easier to understand.

  • Introduction to Network Security

    By NEAL KRAWETZ Understanding the impacts, ramifications, and options requires a basic background in general computer security processes, network theory, and for some protocols, a basic understanding of cryptography. This knowledge can be used both offensively and defensively.

  • CryptoNET: Generic Security Framework for Cloud Computing Environments

    By Abdul Ghafoor Abbasi The area of this research is security in distributed environment such as cloud computing and network applications. Specific focus was design and implementation of high assurance network environment, comprising various secure and security-enhanced applications.


    By William Stallings and Lawrie Brown The objective of this book is to provide an up-to-date survey of developments in computer security. Central problems that confront security designers and security administrators include defining the threats to computer and network systems, evaluating the relative risks of these threats, and developing cost-effective and user-friendly countermeasures.

  • Internet Security : Cryptographic Principles, Algorithms and Protocols

    By Man Young Rhee The material in this book presents the theory and practice on Internet security and its implementation through a rigorous, thorough and qualitative presentation in depth. The level of the book is designed to be suitable for senior and graduate students, professional engineers and researchers as an introduction to Internet security principles.