DESIGNING BSD ROOTKITS AN INTRODUCTION TO KERNEL HACKING PDF

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An archive of my course work & notes @ BCIT. Contribute to colavs19/bcit- courses development by creating an account on GitHub. Designing BSD rootkits: an introduction to kernel hacking / Joseph Kong. ( Chapter 1) is essentially a whirlwind tour of kernel hacking. Rootkits are bad. Well, that is to say they are when in the wrong hands. Rootkits can take over a system and cause problems for even large corporations like.

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No Starch Press- Computers – pages. Niklasl rated it it was amazing Apr 15, Open Preview See a Problem? Designing BSD Rootkits arms you with the knowledge you need to write offensive rootkits, to defend against malicious ones, and to explore the FreeBSD kernel and operating system in the process.

You’ll learn how to maintain root access long after gaining access to a computer and how to hack FreeBSD.

Fabrizio rated it liked it Sep 11, Paperbackpages. Tinkering with computers has always been a primary passion of author Joseph Kong.

David rated it it was amazing Sep 08, Michelle Lee rated it really liked it Jun 07, Kongs liberal use of examples assumes no prior kernel-hacking experience but doesn’t water down the information. In addition to explaining rootkits and rootkit writing, the book aims to inspire readers to explore the FreeBSD kernel and gain a better understanding of the kernel and the FreeBSD operating system itself.

Kong continues by discussing run-time kernel memory patching and reveals how you can patch a running kernel with userland code. The fundamentals of FreeBSD kernel module programmingUsing call hooking to subvert the FreeBSD kernelDirectly manipulating the objects the kernel depends upon for its internal record-keepingPatching kernel code resident in main memory; in other words, altering the kernel’s logic while it’s still runningHow to defend against the attacks described Hack the FreeBSD kernel for yourself!

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Designing BSD Rootkits: An Introduction to Kernel Hacking

James Baker rated it really liked it Nov 27, He has written for Phrack Magazine and was a system administrator for the City of Toronto. Edwin Tunggawan rated it liked it Feb 18, Though rooykits have a fairly negative image, they can be used for both good and evil. An Introduction to Kernel Hacking.

About the author Tinkering with computers has always been a primary passion of author Joseph Kong. The fundamentals of FreeBSD kernel module programmingUsing call hooking to subvert the FreeBSD kernelDirectly manipulating the objects the kernel depends upon for its internal record-keepingPatching kernel code resident in main memory; in other words, altering the kernel’s logic while it’s still runningHow to defend against the attacks described.

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Fu rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Adolfo rated it really liked it Oct 16, Return to Book Page. All the material described in previous chapters comes together when you go hands-on and get instructions on how to write a complete example rootkit that will bypass a Host Instrusion Detection System HIDS. Newsletters Subscribe to get regular updates from Help Net Security.

All code is thoroughly described and analyzed, and each chapter contains at least one real-world application. Race Vanderdecken rated it really liked it Jan 04, Jan Inge Sande rated it introductjon liked it Feb 19, Nikhil rated it really liked it Oct 12, The book concludes with a very important topic — detection. A website for the book is available here. As you can see from the details above, Designing BSD Rootkits rootkitz aimed at a knowledgeable audience that enjoys to dwell into very technical material and is comfortable with the C programming language.

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Final thoughts As you can see from the details above, Designing BSD Rootkits is aimed at a knowledgeable desgning that enjoys to dwell into very technical material and is comfortable with the C programming language. Michael Ray rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Organized as a tutorial, Alastair Hogge rated it really liked it Sep 07, Andreas Happe rated it liked it Nov 10, He has written for Phrack Magazine and was a system administrator for the City of Toronto.

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Mauricio Barrera rated it it was amazing Mar 08, He is a self-taught programmer who dabbles in information security, operating system theory, reverse engineering, and vulnerability assessment. Lists with This Book. Kristian Glass rated it liked it Dec 14, Daniel rated it it was amazing Feb 23, You’ll learn how to maintain root access long after gaining access to a computer and how to hack FreeBSD.

It contains some bonus content as well as all the code ready for download.