Vyšla slibná kniha, o tom, co dělají hackeři ve vašem počítači31.08.2004
Know Your Enemy : Learning about Security Threats (2nd Edition), by The Honeynet Project (Addison-Wesley, 2004; 768 pages, $49.99).
Founded in October 1999, The Honeynet Project is a nonprofit research organization of security professionals who built a computer network, wired it with sensors, put it up on the Internet and recorded what happened. (The actual IP address isn't published and changes regularly.) Hackers' activities are recorded as they occur: how they try to break in, when they're successful and what they do once they break in.
This is a fairly technical read with quite a bit of information about how honeynets work and what goes into both Unix and Windows computer forensics. But the authors also provide a detailed sociological analysis of the white-hat and black-hat hacker communities, including an extensive examination of their motives.