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Dan Effugas Kaminsky (CISSP) worked for two years at Cisco Systems designing security infrastructure for large-scale network monitoring systems. Dan has delivered presentations at several major industry conferences including Linuxworld, DEF CON, and the Black Hat Briefings, and he also contributes actively to OpenSSH, one of the more significant cryptographic systems in use today.He is based in Silicon Valley, presently studying Operation and Management of Information Systems at Santa Clara University in California.
Rain Forest Puppy is a security research and development consultant for a Midwest-based security consulting company. RFP has been working in R&D and coding in various languages for over seven years. While the Web is his primary hobby focus point, he has also played in other realms including: Linux kernel security patches, lockdown of various Windows and UNIX operating systems, and the development of honeypots and other attack alert tools. In the past he's reported on SQL tampering and common CGI problems, and has contributed security tools (like whisker) to the information security community.
The books offers some basic theory and knowledge. Not very practical though. Good starting point and reference book.Published on October 14, 2004 by Konstantin Ivanov