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How to Cheat, How to Cheat at VoIP Security

How to Cheat, How to Cheat at VoIP Security - Porter, CISSP, CCNP, CCDA, CCS, Thomas; Gough, Michael - ISBN: 9780080553535
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Mediatype: E-book (18-04-2011)
Genre: Communicatiekunde
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Beschrijving

This is the perfect reference for the Multitasked SysAdmin. This is the perfect guide if VoIP engineering is not your specialty. It is the perfect introduction to VoIP security, covering exploit tools and how they can be used against VoIP (Voice over IP) systems. It gives the basics of attack methodologies used against the SIP and H.323 protocols as well as VoIP network infrastructure. VoIP isnt just another Data Protocol IP telephony which uses the Internet architecture, similar to any other data application. However, from a security administrators point of view, VoIP is different. Understand why.This book: shows you what functionality is gained, degraded, or enhanced on a VoIP Network; helps you find out the issues associated with quality of service, emergency 911 service, and the major benefits of VoIP; helps you learn about the types of security attacks you need to protect against within your voice messaging system; helps you understand the VoIP Communication Architectures, understand what PSTN is and what it does as well as the H.3 23 protocol specification, and SIP Functions and features; and, in the Support Protocols of VoIP Environments, it helps you learn the services, features, and security implications of DNS, TFTP, HTTP, SNMP, DHCP, RSVP, SDP, and SKINNY.It also shows you how: secure the Whole VoIP Infrastructure by learning about Denial-of-Service attacks, VoIP service disruption, call hijacking and interception, H.323-specific attacks, and SIP-specific attacks; authorized access begins with authentication, by learning the methods of verifying both the user identity and the device identity in order to secure a VoIP network; to understand Skype Security, as Skype does not log a history like other VoIP solutions; understand the implications of conducting business over a Skype connection; get the Basics of a VoIP Security Policy, by using a sample VoIP Security Policy to understand the components of a complete policy. This book provides system administrators with hundreds of tips, tricks, and scripts to complete administration tasks more quickly and efficiently.

Details

Titel: How to Cheat, How to Cheat at VoIP Security
auteur: Porter, CISSP, CCNP, CCDA, CCS, Thomas; Gough, Michael
Mediatype: E-book
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 432
Uitgever: Elsevier Science
Plaats van publicatie: 01
Publicatiedatum: 2011-04-18
NUR: Communicatiekunde
Afmetingen: 229 x 178
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780080553535
Intern nummer: 12364437

Biografie (woord)

Michael Gough is host and webmaster of www.SkypeTips.com, which was launched in January 2005 and receives more than 100,000 hits per month, and www.VideoCallTips.com, which receives more than 30,000 hits per month. Michael writes articles on Skype and related issues. He also explains Skype s options and instructions to users so that they can practically apply Skype at home and in the workplace. Michael also evaluates products used with Skype and provides feedback to the vendors on features and improvements to help drive the direction of Skype-related products. Michael is also the host and webmaster for www.VideoCallTips.com, a Web site focused on helping people understand how to make video calls to family and friends, and maintains ratings of the many video call solutions available.
Michael s full-time employment is as a computer security consultant with 18 years experience in the computer technology field. Michael works for a Fortune 500 company, where he delivers security consulting services to their clients. Michael also presents for his company at many trade shows and conferences and works with associations and groups, advising agencies like the FBI on Skype security and the Center for Internet Security on wireless security.