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Career Academy Security Certified Network Specialist (SCNS)-Tactical Perimeter Defense CBT [2004 г.]

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Career Academy Security Certified Network Specialist (SCNS)-Tactical Perimeter Defense CBT
Производитель: Career Academy
Год выпуска: 2004
Язык: английскийОписание: This certification is the starting point with the Security Certified Program (SCP). SCNS is a required pre-requisite for going further towards the SCNP and SCNA certifications. The SCNS focuses on the critical defensive technologies that are the foundation of securing network perimeters, such as firewalls, intrusion detection, and router security. This certification tests the candidate’s ability to work with, and implement, real world security technology. To become SCNS certified, candidates must successfully pass one exam. This exam is named: Tactical Perimeter Defense (TPD). The exam uses number: SC0-451.
This is the official training SCNS exam and is designed to validate the foundational skills required by security professionals. These skills include, but are not limited to: Network Defense Fundamentals, Advanced TCP/IP, Routers and Access Control Lists, Designing Firewalls, Configuring Firewalls, Configuring Virtual Private Networks, Designing an Intrusion Detection System, Configuring an Intrusion Detection System and Securing Wireless Networks.
Lesson 1 - Network Defense Fundamentals
Network Defense Fundamentals
Five Key Issues of Network Security - Authorization and Availability
Five Key Issues of Network Security - Authentication
Five Key Issues of Network Security - Confidentiality
Five Key Issues of Network Security - Integrity
Five Key Issues of Network Security - Non-Repudiation
Managing the Threats to Security
Defensive Strategies
The Castle Analogy
The Defense Technologies
Analyzing Defense
Objectives of Access Control
Access Control
Authentication Token
Example of a Challenge Response Token
Time Based Tokens
Core Defensive Technologies
Define the Concepts of Network Auditing
Concepts of Network Auditing
Security Audits
Independent Audit
Quick Audit Results
Managing Audit Data
Lesson 1 Review
Lesson 2 - Advanced TCP/IP
Advanced TCP/IP
TCP/IP Concepts
TCP/IP Model Layers
OSI Model Layers
OSI Model vs. TCP/IP Model
The TCP/IP Encapsulation Process
RFCs (Requests for Comments)
The Function of IP
IP Address Classes
Address Class Chart
Private IP Address Ranges (RFC1918)
IP Addressing
Hexadecimal IP Addressing
Hexadecimal Conversions
The Subnet Mask
Subnetting Example
‘Slash’ Notation
Analyze the 3-Way Handshake
TCP Control Flags
Sequence and Acknowledgment Numbers
Connection Establishment
Connection Termination
IANA Assignments
Port Numbers and Associated Services
Trojan Associated Port Numbers
Network Monitor
Demo - Using Network Monitor
Demo - Installing and Starting Wireshark
Wireshark Overview
Demo - Using Wireshark
TCP Connections
Demo - Analyzing the Three-way Handshake
Demo - Analyzing the Session Teardown Process
Capture and Identify IP Datagrams
IP Datagram
Demo - Capturing and Identifying IP Datagrams
Capture and Identify ICMP Messages
Demo - Capturing and Identifying ICMP Messages
Capture and Identify TCP Headers
TCP Header
Demo - Capture and Identify TCP Headers
The UDP Header
Demo -Working with UDP Headers
Analyze Packet Fragmentation
MTUs for Various Media
Demo - Analyzing Fragmentation
Analyzing Entire Sessions
Demo - Complete ICMP Session Analysis
Demo - Complete FTP Session Analysis
Lesson 2 Review
Lesson 3 - Routers And Access Control Lists
Routers And Access Control Lists
Fundamental Cisco Security
Modes of Operation
Navigating the Router
Configuring Access Passwords
Other Configuration Options
SSH Overview
SSH Configuration Options
Routing Principles
ARP Broadcast Between Two Nodes
Router Returning the ARP Request
Demo - Performing IP and MAC Analysis
The Routing Process
Routed vs. Routing Protocols
Routing Protocol Metrics
Routing Protocols
Demo - Viewing a RIP Capture
Demo - Viewing a RIPv2 Capture
Removing Protocols and Services
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
Creating Access Control Lists
Access Control List Operation
The Wildcard Mask
Wildcard Mask Bits Defined
Implement Access Control Lists
Standard Access Control List Command Syntax
Extended Access Control List Syntax
ACL Scenarios
Grant and Denial Examples
Defending against Attacks with ACLs
Logging Concepts
Cisco Logging Options
Log Priority
Logging Examples
ACL and VTY Logging
Lesson 3 Review
Lesson 4 - Designing Firewall Systems
Designing Firewall Systems
Examine Firewall Components
Firewall Methodologies
What a Firewall Cannot Do
Implementation Options for Firewalls
A Single Packet Filtering Device
A Screened Host
A Demilitarized Zone
Create a Firewall Policy
Firewall Policy
Rule Sets and Packet Filters
Locations of Packet Filters
The Packet Filter Rules
Considerations for Packet Filtering Devices
Ports and Sockets
Ports in Exchange of a Web Page
Building Rules for the Firewall
The Ack Bit
Stateless and Stateful Packet Inspection
Stateless Packet Filters
Stateful Packet Filters
Stateful Packet Filter Function
Proxy Server
Proxy Process
Proxy Benefits
Proxy Problems
The Bastion Host
Location of a Bastion Host
Creating a Bastion Host to Run as a Firewall
The Honeypot
Honeypot Locations
Goals of the Honeypot
Lesson 4 Review
Lesson 5 - Configuring Firewalls
Configuring Firewalls
Understanding Firewalls
Firewalls and the OSI Model
Common Types of Firewalls
Building Firewall Rules
What a Firewall Cannot Do
Configuring Microsoft ISA Server 2006
ISA Server 2006
ISA Server 2006 Versions
ISA Server 2006 Features
Demo - Preparing for the ISA Server 2006 Install
Demo - Install Microsoft ISA Server 2006
Configuring ISA Server 2006
ISA Server Management Console
Demo - Exploring the Microsoft ISA Server 2006 Interface
Demo - Exporting the Default Configuration
ISA Server 2006 Firewall Policies
Processing Firewall Policies
Demo - Creating a Basic Access Rule
ISA Server 2006 Access Rule Elements
Demo - Creating a Protocol Rule Element
Demo - Creating a User Rule Element
Demo - Creating a Content Group Element
Demo - Creating and Modifying Schedule Rule Elements
Demo - Using Content Types and Schedule Rules
ISA Server 2006 Network Rule Elements
Demo - Creating a Network Rule Element
ISA Server 2006 Publishing Rules
Demo - Configuring a Web Publishing Rule
ISA Server 2006 Caching
Demo - Enabling and Configuring Caching
Demo - Install Second Loopback Adapter
Demo - Configure ISA in a Three-Legged DMZ
Configure ISA Server Monitoring
Demo -Working with Alerts
Demo -Working with Reports
ISA Server 2006 Logging
Demo - Configuring Logging Options
Final ISA Server 2006 Options
Demo - ISA Server 2006 and the Security Configuration Wizard
Demo - Configuring Packet Prioritization
IPTables Concepts
Chain Fundamentals
Process of the Packets
The Flow of the Chains
Configuration Options
Rule Management
Rule Creation
Other Options
Rule Examples
Example: Case Study
Lesson 5 Review
Lesson 6 - Implementing IPSec and VPNs
Implementing IPSec and VPNs
Internet Protocol Security
Modes of Operation
IPSec Policy Management
Demo - Examining the MMC
IPSec Policies
Demo - Identifying Default IPSec Security Policies
Demo - Saving a Customized MMC
Secure Server (Require Security)
Demo - Examining Security Methods
Demo - Examining Policy Rules
IPSec AH Implementation
Demo - Creating the 1_REQUEST_AH(md5)_only Policy
Demo - Editing the 1_REQUEST_AH(md5)_only Policy
Demo - Configuring the Policy Response
Demo - Configuring the Second Computer
Demo - Setting Up the FTP Process
Demo - Implementing the 1_REQUEST_AH(md5)_only Policy
Demo - Analyzing the Request-only Session
Demo - Configuring a Request-and-Respond IPSec Session
Demo - Analyzing the Request-and-Respond Session
Combining AH and ESP in IPSec
Demo - Creating the 5_REQUEST_AH(md5)+ESP(des) IPSec Policy and the Response Policy
Demo - Creating the 5_RESPOND_AH(md5)+ESP(des) IPSec Policy
Demo - Configuring and Analyzing an IPSec Session Using AH and ESP
Demo - Implementing the 7_REQUIRE_AH(sha)+ESP(sha+3des) Policy
Demo - Implementing the 7_RESPOND_AH(sha)+ESP(sha+3des) Policy
Demo - Implementing and Analyzing an AH(sha) and ESP(sha+3des) IPSec Session
VPN Fundamentals
VPN Elements
IPSec and Tunneling Protocols
Authentication Header (AH)
Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)
Security Association (SA)
IPSec Tunnel Mode
VPN Security
VPN Implementations and Firewalls
VPN Authentication
Configuring a VPN
Demo - Configuring the VPN Server
Demo - Configuring VPN Clients
Lesson 6 Review
Lesson 7 - Designing an IDS
Designing an IDS
The Goals of an Intrusion Detection System (IDS)
IDS Abilities
Some Intrusion Detection Definitions
The IDS Matrix
The Components of an Intrusion Detection System
Realistic Goals of IDS
Technologies and Techniques of Intrusion Detection
Resources on the Network
Acceptable & Unacceptable Use
Information Collection and Analysis
Host-based Intrusion Detection
Centralized Host-based Design
Distributed Host-based Design
Network-based Intrusion Detection
Network-based Design
Traditional Network-based Design
Distributed Network-based Design
The Analysis
Interval Analysis
Real-Time Analysis
How to Analyze
How to Use an IDS
What an Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Cannot Do
Lesson 7 Review
Lesson 8 - Configuring IDS
Configuring IDS
Snort Foundations
Snort Fundamentals
Snort Installation
Snort Commands
Demo - Installing Snort
Demo - Initial Snort Configuration
Demo - Capturing Packets with Snort
Demo - Capturing Packet Data with Snort
Demo - Logging with Snort
Snort as an IDS
Snort Rules
Example Rules Using the Rule Header
Rule Options
Simple Rule Examples, adding Rule Options
Snort Rule IDs (SID)
Demo - Creating a Simple Ruleset
Demo - Testing the Ruleset
Rule Options
Metadata Options
Adding New Options
Content Keyword
Other Keywords
Pre-configured Rules
Demo - Examining Rules
Configuring Snort to Use a Database
Demo - Editing snort.conf
Demo - Installing MySQL
Demo - Creating the Snort Database
Demo - Creating MySQL User Accounts
Demo - Testing the New Configuration
Demo - Configuring Snort as a Service
Running an IDS on Linux
Demo - Installing LAMP Components
Apache and PHP
Demo - Apache and PHP Test
Demo - Configure Snort on Linux
Configuring MySQL for Snort
Demo - Testing Snort Connectivity to the Database
Demo - Downloading AD0db and BASE
Demo - Installing AD0db and BASE
Demo - Configuring BASE
Demo - Configuring the Firewall to Allow HTTP
Demo - Generating Portscan Snort Events
Demo - Generating Web Snort Events
Lesson 8 Review
Lesson 9 - Securing Wireless Networks
Securing Wireless Networks
Wireless Networking Fundamentals
Wireless Media
Radio Wireless Media
IEEE 802.11
WLAN Fundamentals
Ad-hoc Mode
Infrastructure Mode
Configuring an Ad-Hoc WLAN
802.11 Framing
Frame Format: 802.11 MAC Frame
802.11 Frame Details
Address Fields Settings
802.11 Addressing
The Addressing of Two Nodes in an Ad Hoc Network
The Addressing in Infrastructure Mode
The Addressing of Frames in a Wireless Bridge Network
Configuring an Access Point
Configure Infrastructure Clients
WLAN Threats
Wireless Security Solutions
Exclusive OR (XOR)
The Standard Operation of a Stream Cipher
The WEP Encryption Process
The WEP Decryption Process
Example of the Plaintext/Ciphertext Attack on WEP
Configuring WEP
Security Solutions
WEP and WPA Comparison
WPA Process Using an Authentication Server
Configuring WPA2
Wireless Auditing
Demo - Installing OmniPeek Personal
Demo - Viewing OmniPeek Personal Captures
Demo - Live OmniPeek Personal Captures
Demo - Analyze Upper Layer Traffic
Demo - Decrypting WEP
Wireless PKI
Example of how TLS Works between a Client and the Authentication Server
Lesson 9 Review
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