REVIEW: “Enterprise Security”, David Leon Clark

“Enterprise Security”, David Leon Clark, 2003, 0-201-71972-X,
U$39.99/C$62.99
%A David Leon Clark
%C P.O. Box 520, 26 Prince Andrew Place, Don Mills, Ontario M3C 2T8
%D 2003
%G 0-201-71972-X
%I Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
%O U$39.99/C$62.99 416-447-5101 fax: 416-443-0948
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%P 264 p.
%T “Enterprise Security: The Manager’s Defense Guide”

The preface is heavy on buzzwords (and a few spelling errors) with
little attention paid to concepts and structure. Part one would like
us to think of the forging of a new economy. Chapter one asks “what
is e-business,” and, with a little re-interpretation of history (the
Internet had been in existence for twenty two years and had five
million users, a significant number private and commercial, before it
“became available to the public” according to this book) and ignoring
of inconvenient facts (the hyperinflation of dot com IPO stocks is
stated to prove the success of e-business just before we are told that
the dot com failure was inevitable because of stock hyperinflation)
tells us that e-business uses the net and makes money. Some security
jargon is introduced in chapter two. A confused recycling of trade
press myths about blackhats, in chapter three, seems to state that
these are the only malicious opponents of e-business: there is no
mention of insider attacks.

Part two looks at protecting information assets in an open society.
Chapter four demonstrates an amazingly consistent failure to
understand the technologies supposedly being explained: a
De-Militarized Zone (DMZ) is, by definition, not abandoned outside the
firewall, and Simple Key Management for IP (SKIP) is not a virtual
private network (VPN) product. There are more buzzwords,
miscellaneous security concerns, and more mistakes (ActiveX is *not*
multi-environment) in chapter five.

Part three talks about waging war for control of cyberspace. Chapter
six looks at attacks by syntax, and demonstrates more TCP/IP errors.
(Packet filtering is not exactly built into IP: the ability to handle
a packet based on destination is central to the idea of networking.
The ping-of-death has nothing to do with fragmentation offsets since
it is a single packet, and it is not too small, but too large.) There
is a confusion of attack scripts and script viruses (and cookies, too,
for good measure) in chapter seven. Countermeasures and attack
prevention, in chapter eight, actually looks (tersely) at incident
response. The material isn’t too bad, but has very little detail.
Having talked about DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) in chapter
six, the attack now gets more pages, but little more detail. Chapter
ten is a grab bag of random safeguards and countermeasures, as is
eleven.

Part four deals with active defense mechanisms and risk management.
Chapter twelve, entitled vulnerability management, suggests collecting
alerts. Given what we’ve seen so far, it is strange that chapter
thirteen *does* address the nominal subject of risk management, albeit
not very well.

This confused collection of random concepts adds nothing of value to
the security literature.

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Macro and script viruses dying off

The end of standard mass mailing worms is nigh – maybe as soon as
before the end of 2003. But there replacements – Trojans and Spyware –
are much, much worse.

Or so Roger Thompson, technical director of TruSecure, a risk
management firm, forecasts. In particular he warns of the risk from
Remote Access Trojans (RATs) or backdoors posted on the Net or spread
via email.

“Malware code writers will continue to disguise RATs and backdoor
scripts as ‘adult’ movies and then post them to pornography new groups
targeting inexperienced users,” he writes. “Expect them to continue
through 2003 but they will be mixed with more and more grey ware (i.e.
spyware and advertising monitoring that is barely legal).”

Thompson notes mass-mailing Windows viruses were largely unsuccessful
in hitting corporations in 2002, with the notable exception of
organisations which did implement proper filters. One of the two
biggest worms of the year was Klez, which infected home PCs mostly.

Macro and script viruses emerged at a rate of 200 to 300 a month in
2002 but this will decrease to approx. 20 to 30 per month, TruSecure
believes.

According to Thompson, the impact of the mass-mailing worm is mostly
over for corporations but it will still have an impact on SOHO (small
office/home office) environments this year.

Code Red

TruSecure (and more particularly its affable “Surgeon General” Russ
Cooper) came to notice in 2001 for predicting that the Code Red virus
had the potential to “meltdown” the Internet.

This warning was, we now know overstated. Cooper told us, when we met
up with him before Christmas, that he did not regret the warning. He
was acting, he said, on early analysis of Code Red and its possible
spread through NT4 boxes. This turned out to be a lesser risk than
first believed.

Fair enough; but TruSecure is still banging on about Code Red-style
attacks to this day. Thompson warning he expects “another attack in
2003 in the class and level of Code Red”.

If he means another outbreak of hysteria from sectors of the security
community (which ought to know better) over some supposed
Internet-crushing threat, how could we disagree?


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India, Pakistan conflict enters computers

WASHINGTON, Jan. 2 (UPI) — The India-Pakistan conflict has entered
the cyber realm as hackers across the subcontinent have infected
hundreds of thousands of computers in more than 100 countries on New
Year’s Day and the virus is spreading.

South Asia’s two nuclear rivals have been fighting each other since
their independence from Britain in 1947. They have fought wars in the
air, on the ground and in the sea. When the Internet arrived, it
quickly became yet another arena of conflict.

Last summer, when a terrorist attack on the Indian parliament brought
more than a million troops to the border, Pakistani hackers attacked
the official site of the Indian defense ministry. They inserted
messages proclaiming independence for the Kashmir region, a Himalayan
valley under dispute between India and Pakistan for 55 years.

This was not the first hacking bout between the two rivals, however.
Both sides had engaged in this behavior previously.

The latest virus attack has arrived with a warning for the Pakistani
hackers: “Your days are over, now it is our turn to show that ‘My
India is great’ (‘Bharat mahan hai,’ in Hindi).”

The message continues: “Want peace and prosperity in India? Then
(trash) corrupted politicians.” It also warns politicians: “Talent and
hard work should be respected. Self-styled (expletive) must be
eliminated. No more (expletive) monopoly.”

The message includes an e-mail address — qphhackmail.com — and a
mailing address in New Delhi.

Infected computers are automatically directed to an official Web site
of the Pakistan government. Its virulent spread has enabled thousands
of machines with the code to conduct a distributed denial-of-service
attack aimed at the homepage of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan at
pak.gov.pk.

On Tuesday, the virus forced one Pakistani official site,
infopak.gov.pk, to suspend service.

An earlier message also challenged G-Force, a group of Pakistani
hackers, to match the “intelligence and expertise” of the Indian
hackers.

The G-Force hackers, who reportedly operate from Lahore, Pakistan, had
claimed responsibility for attacking the official site of the Indian
defense ministry in the summer.

“Come & work with us” against “the G-Force-Pak shiites,” the message
urged Indian hackers.

Also earlier this week, e-mail management firm MessageLabs gave the
new virus, dubbed W32/Yaha.M, the No. 2 spot on the list of the most
virulent computer viruses.

The first copy of the virus was detected June 15 in an e-mail from
Kuwait. Most copies now being stopped are coming from Egypt, Saudi
Arabia and the United Kingdom.

The e-mail messages, which are about 45-47 kilobytes in length, try to
lure the receiver to download “sexy screensavers.” Some messages offer
“love partners” and chatting “opportunities” with members of the
opposite sex.

“Enjoy this friendship Screen Saver and Check your friends circle,”
the message says. “Send this screensaver to everyone you consider a
FRIEND, even if it means sending it back to the person who sent it to
you. If it comes back to you, then you’ll know you have a circle of
friends,” it advises.

Most of the senders have South Asian names. The early senders had
female names such as Savera, Madhuri and Rekha that seem to have been
borrowed from India’s Bollywood movies.

South Asian names still dominate but now the senders have both Muslim
and Hindu names and some IP addresses can be traced to both sides of
the India, Pakistan border.

When a receiver opens an infected file, the virus quickly spreads
through the system. A distributed denial-of-service attack floods a
Web site with user requests, overwhelming the server and locking out
site visitors.

It enters Internet explorer and installs itself as the default
homepage with addresses that lead to either hirosh.tk or hackers.com
but it does not seem affect Netscape.

Every time users click Internet Explorer, they are automatically led
to one of the two sites. The default action can be suspended
temporarily by going to the security setting and placing the two
addresses in the restricted sites.

Because a hacked system does not allow access to Internet options, a
user can go there through pop-up ads that still appear in the Internet
Explorer window.

Although the two addresses reappear as the default home page every
time a computer restarts, this temporary relief allows a user to
download antivirus software.

Yaha virus, which is also spelled Yahaa, is a mass mailer that sends
itself to all e-mail addresses in the computer’s Microsoft Windows
Address Book, MSN Messenger List, Yahoo! Pager list, and ICQ list. It
disables some anti-virus and firewall programs. All anti-virus
programs currently have up-to-date definitions to protect against Yaha
or Yahaa.

Those who use Norton Anti-Virus tools can download removal
instructions from sarc.com.

If the worm has run already, the user first must reverse the change it
effected. If the worm has not run:

— Configure Windows to show all files.

— Copy Regedit.exe to Regedit.com (in most cases).

— Edit the registry and reverse the change that the worm made.

— Update the virus definitions, run a full system scan, and delete
all files that NAV detects as W32.Yahaa.E.

Computer users without antivirus protection can go to bitdefender.com
for a free removal tool.

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ComputracePlus deletes stolen data

> Forwarded from: Russell Coker <russellcoker.com.au>

> Interesting that they claim their software-only solution can survive
> fdisk and format. I wonder if they will claim that it can survive the
> installation of a different OS?
>
> Something like TCPA MIGHT be able to do this, but nothing less will.

I thought about this too, and I came up with one option: the BIOS.
We’ve seen viruses which can erase a Flash BIOS, so wouldn’t it be
possible to write a small virus (just a few kilobytes) living in the
unused areas in the top of that Flash ROM, which knows how to hook in
to various common BIOSes (AMI, Award and Phoenix cover over 99% of the
market), scan for supported operating systems at boot and install
itself into their partitions?

Admittedly, I’m not aware of a case where this has been done, and it
would certainly be tricky, but it cannot be dismissed as impossible
just yet. Look at what worm writers can do with less than a kilobytes
of shellcode.

The virus might not “support” any operating system other than Windows,
but it could perhaps survive the installation of such an OS, lying
dormant in the BIOS until such a time as a supported operating system
is reinstalled, and then quietly reinject itself again.

Once the virus code was running under Windows it would of course have
access to the victim’s, ahem, user’s internet connection to detect
whether the machine had been reported stolen.

If it hasn’t been done yet, perhaps it is a business idea for someone?
I don’t have time to implement it myself.

> > Data Delete
>
> Hasn’t anyone ever heard of cryptography?

Not really, many people think it’s “a deadly cyber-weapon used by
terrorists” or some such nonsense, and most people can’t deal with the
risk of losing their passphrase. Of course they sacrifice their own
security for safety as a result, but such is life.

> Surely if you want to steal someone’s data then the first thing you
> do is power the machine down and remove the hard drive to prevent
> such erasure!

Yeah, but how many machines (apart from MI5’s laptops) are stolen
_because_ of the data contained? I would venture that casual thieves
often do not realise the value of the information they’ve stolen until
they take a good look at the machine. By that time, such trivial
defenses as Data Delete would have had time to operate. Let’s also
remember that luckily, most thieves did not come from the deep end of
the gene pool or receive cyber-espionage training. =)

> Conclusion, after you steal someone’s laptop to get their data don’t
> immediately connect it to the Internet, copy the data off first!
> Don’t boot from the same OS they used, put the hard drive in your
> own machine (for best results mount the hard drive on a non-Windows
> OS).

True, and these solutions could never, ever protect against a
determined thief. They have some value in the war against casual theft
which is the biggest risk (in terms of frequency and publicity) for
most users.

> My observation is that “rm -rf /” is fast enough that even
> experienced administrators often don’t catch it while there’s still
> something left. mkfs is even faster.

Ever tried that under Windows? =)

> As for “disguiseing your location with a false IP address”, that’s
> an amusing claim.

I certianly agree with this, since it’s almost impossible to get a
reply to a genuinely spoofed packet, so it would not do the thieves
much good to surf with one.

> Firstly IP addresses on their own aren’t THAT useful for locating
> people (think about NAT, think about ISPs in other countries that
> won’t accept court orders).

Again, casual theft is the main target of these programs, whatever
their creators may claim. I don’t think many thieves would take their
freshly-stolen laptop all the way to Morocco just to download their
pr0n in peace.

> Secondly if you want your program to trace it’s location based on IP
> addresses then you could give it “traceroute” functionality and
> have it send the complete trace log to the server.

Yes, that would actually be a rather good way of tracing. But you
don’t need the complete trace. The next hop upstream (your ISP’s
dialup router) is definitely not spoofing its packets, and if you can
get its IP address by a one-hop traceroute and send it to someone,
then that someone can run the rest of the trace themselves.

> Of course it’s undetectable. It’s so undetectable that even fdisk
> can’t find it… :-#

Undetectable != unremovable of course, and neither applies to the
product, but fdisk isn’t looking for “agents”, especially not in the
BIOS.

> A much better option is to encrypt all the disks and have the
> encryption keys stored in a central office.

Absolutely.

> NB If using an encrypted file system on your laptop be sure to
> permanently disable the “Hibernation” facility in the BIOS. If a
> thief can get a dump of all kernel memory to disk then the
> encryption key will be available in there.

OS vendors should probably wipe this area immediately after resuming
from it, to prevent the accidental retention of sensitive information.

Cheers, Chris.

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Toward a More Secure 2003

The challenges to info-tech security will surely be daunting, and
companies’ efforts to stay safe will have to keep increasing

With holiday cookies and sweets still being shared around offices
everywhere, security is the least of concerns these days as most
businesses are thinking merry, not wary. So what better time to
examine the year ahead for what to expect in terms of computer
security? First, 2003 will surely pose some pretty daunting challenges
to chief security officers and the organizations they protect. At the
same time, improvements in software and technology will elevate
computer security to another level. Here’s a quick rundown of what to
expect:

Spam becomes an even bigger headache

According to e-mail security-service provider Message Labs, spam’s
growth rate will continue be faster than that of legitimate e-mail —
and in terms of sheer volume, spam will eclipse the legit stuff. That
will make the spam torrent more burdensome and harder to control.
Companies that haven’t invested in antispam software will need to do
so, pronto, or have their employees waste more and more time simply
hitting the delete key.

Part of the bargain will be businesses accepting the fact that some
messages will get tossed out with the trash, as antispam programs are
hardly perfect. Still, it’s better than being up to your eyeballs in
smutty missives and come-ons for investment scams from randomly
generated e-mail addresses.

Instant messaging succumbs to spam, too

Once a relative haven, instant messaging has recently become a target
for spammers seeking new outlets. According to e-mail consultancy
Ferris Research, IM spammers works off lists of addresses freely
traded on the Internet. They usually send a message to someone on live
IM asking them to visit a Web site that sells smut, bogus software, or
often legitimate products being marketed in unfortunate ways.

Since no IM spam-screening software is yet available, an IM user on
the wrong list could spend a good chunk of time refusing invitations
from IM spammers. That coverage hole will force many corporations to
consider moving their IM users onto private messaging systems not
accesssible to the public Internet.

Hardware, hardware, hardware

Security isn’t shrink-wrapped anymore. Eighty percent of the licenses
for expensive, high-grade firewall programs come on specially
configured pieces of hardware designed to run this software. That’s
way up from a few years ago. And its only the start.

From virtual-private-network servers to intrusion-detection systems to
newer pieces of software designed to spot behaviorial aberations that
point to a security breach, more and more products are moving from a
piece of self-contained software that an IT consultant or your own
systems administrator installs to a specialized piece of equipment
built with security in mind. The upside? These systems are generally
easier and cheaper to install and launch in a network. The downside?
Less flexibility for companies with special software needs.

Safe computing outside the corporate perimeter Employees logging into
corporate networks from home PCs over public broadband connections are
now commonplace. As a result, security software and hardware that once
did a fine job of guarding sensitive systems looks increasingly
vulnerable. That’s because all these remote networkers, be they
employees or partners, are no longer snuggly inside the “official”
data-security perimeter.

Also, persistant worm-virus outbreaks, such as Nimda, explain why more
and more corporations are going through the considerable hassle of
putting security software — firewall, intrusion detection systems,
antivirus software — on every desktop machine. Companies with
end-to-end protection remain in the minority, but they won’t be for
long as it becomes easier to link up fleets of desktops with central
control consoles that not only talk to the big, heavy-duty security
appliances but also to the thousands of small programs guarding the
road warriors’ machines.

Identity theft goes berserk online

Call in the copycats. When well-organized ID thieves convinced a clerk
at a Long Island (N.Y.) software company to give them access to tens
of thousands of credit reports using his company’s password, they
illustrated how the Net makes the part of ID theft that was hard until
now — accumulating the information — much easier. With widely
available credit reports such an integral part of American business,
it’s hard to imagine how the credit agencies can quickly and simply
limit access to the reports without impeding the flow of commerce.

With easy access to credit reports available to thousands of people
throughout the U.S., expect blockbuster ID thefts in 2003 and beyond.
Whereas credit-card numbers were traded freely on the Internet in the
past, now the bad guys will trade entire personal dossiers. And fixing
the problem will be much harder because it’s pretty easy to screen out
someone who has picked up one of your credit-card numbers but much
harder when it comes to a rogue who has that, your bank-account
number, you social security number, and the last five addresses you
have called home.

Of course, this little list is just the beginning. I haven’t even
touched on still-early trends such as merging physical and online
security: Companies are starting to look at guarding these assets in
coordination because often computer-security breaches start with
physical breaches.

Likewise, more and more businesses are installing software that tracks
theft of sensitive, high-end intellectual property. Once hamfisted,
the second generation of these systems works much better, according to
Gartner security analyst John Pescatore. Both of these are topics I’ll
explore in depth during the next few months as their markets and uses
develop.

All told, computer security remains one of the more dynamic areas of
the moribund IT sector. And it’ll get only more interesting in the
coming year.


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University Football Betting Line – Beginning Early in Betting

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From quickening mundane daily office jobs such as word processing to carrying out a facility and life on the line heart surgical treatment, computer systems make the procedure smooth, quick and also essentially mistake totally free. The idea of computer games which emerged in the early ’80s has now taken on the form of a full-fledged multibillion-dollar market and also has galvanized computers peripheral to much more sophisticated and also personalized made gaming devices called video gaming consoles. Developing games, composing video game blog site, informing playing masses regarding problems as well as hacking are likewise currently considered rewarding companies.

So, what exactly are a video game blog, problems as well as hacking?

So normally, there is a general yearning amongst video game playing masses to learn an increasing number of about their acquired variation. Started in 1992, it has turned into one of the most popular online games to play backgammon versus other players around the world. The entertainment industry has likewise profited a fantastic stride ahead, thanks to computer systems. The title of most important as well as significant discovery of this millennium can appropriately completely be cs go wallhack command presented upon the creation of Computers. If you like the noise of homebrew games, have a look at the remainder of this short article. This is where these game details posts been available inconvenient! According to data, out of 10 software programs made and marketed, 6 are games.

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Even the most well made and placed games developed by the respectable designers are susceptible to problems. These glitches might be in unusual instances advantageous to a gamer and in most cases are big problems to manage. A video game glitches section is set up by people who have come across these glitches while playing a specific video game and intend to share it with the remainder of the neighborhood. Currently video game problems could exist as a different section or belong of video game blog; it outlines particular glitches like absence of structure, hanging Cs go wallhacks framework rates or faulty AI about a video game. Xbox 360 homebrew games are something that most 360 proprietors have never also heard of. The arrival of computers has made a positive impact on every facet of our lives.