Download BULLETPROOF WIRELESS SECURITY: GSM, UMTS, 802.11, and Ad Hoc by Praphul Chandra PDF

By Praphul Chandra

Finally--a unmarried quantity consultant to actually powerful protection for either voice and knowledge instant networks! increasingly more info and voice communications are going through instant sooner or later among the sender and meant recipient. hence, actually "bulletproof" instant protection is now greater than a fascinating feature--instead, it's necessary to guard crucial own and company info from hackers and eavesdroppers. during this convenient reference, Praphul Chandra supplies the conceptual and functional instruments each RF, instant, and community engineer wishes for high-security instant purposes. publication evaluate From EDN journal: inside of this ebook you will discover insurance of those crucial themes: + Cryptographic protocols utilized in instant networks. + Key-based protocols, together with key alternate and authentication strategies + quite a few varieties of instant community assaults, together with mirrored image, consultation hijacks, and Fluhrer-Mantin-Shamir (FMS) assaults. + Encryption/decryption criteria and strategies. + Multi-layered safeguard architectures. + safe sockets layer (SSL) and delivery layer safety (TLS) protocols. + cellular phone community architectures and their vulnerabilities. + Modulation innovations, resembling direct-sequence unfold spectrum (DSSS) and orthogonal frequency department multiplexing (OFDM). and you may additionally locate assurance on such state of the art issues as safeguard options for advert hoc networks and retaining Bluetooth networks. if you are interested by instant defense, then this identify belongs in your reference bookshelf!

Show description

Read Online or Download BULLETPROOF WIRELESS SECURITY: GSM, UMTS, 802.11, and Ad Hoc Security PDF

Best electronics: telecommunications books

Fundamentals of Telecommunications

This ebook presents an easy-to-understand creation to the complicated technical international of telecommunications. From bandwidth to information move protocol to PSTN, ISDN, computers, or ATM-widely revered telecommunications professional and writer Roger L. Freeman explains all of it. He walks the reader via an enormous array of present subject matters, supplying an encyclopedic evaluation of all branches of telecommunications-telephony, information communications, firm networks, tv transmission, instant structures, and cellular/personal verbal exchange companies (PCS).

Wireless Communication Systems: Advanced Techniques for Signal Reception

Pushed via the swiftly escalating skill calls for of rising instant structures, researchers have constructed a big selection of novel sign processing innovations to be used in such structures. Now, major researchers synthesize the field's gigantic new literature, giving operating engineers functional assistance for designing complex instant receivers.

The Irwin Handbook of Telecommunications

The normal telecom reference with greater than $2. five million in profit, is now absolutely up-to-date and revised for simple reference because the fourth version of The Irwin guide of Telecommunications used to be released in 2000, instant communications, high-profile mergers, broadband, Ethernet, and extra have remodeled the telecom undefined.

The Balancing Act: Combining Symbolic and Statistical Approaches to Language (Language, Speech, and Communication)

This quantity is worthwhile for the hole paper, Steve Abney's very good "Statistical tools and linguistics". examining this paper in Chris Manning's statistical NLP category at CMU replaced the way in which i feel in regards to the box. i feel it's going to be required examining for *linguists*. In my adventure, so much computational linguists both do not care approximately mainstream theoretical linguistics, have evaluated it and brushed aside it as dead, or have taken on Abney's arguments; the rest use good judgment and formal language idea with out records.

Additional info for BULLETPROOF WIRELESS SECURITY: GSM, UMTS, 802.11, and Ad Hoc Security

Example text

2. B sends its public key to A. Let’s call this key K1. 3. A generates a random session key, K. , A transmits Ek1(K). 4. B decrypts the received message using its private key to obtain the session key, K. At this point both A and B (and only A and B) know the session key to be used for this transaction. 5. Both A and B use the session key for this session to communicate securely. 6: Hybrid Cryptography As seen above, hybrid cryptography uses PKC for key distribution but SKC for message encryption.

Placing a web server outside the firewall is definitely a bad idea, since it exposes the web server to all sorts of attacks. However, placing the web server inside the firewall means that if the web server is compromised, it can then be used as a launching pad for attacks on other hosts in the LAN. The typical solution for this problem involves the use of two firewalls. The web server is then placed in the so called demilitarized zone (the region between the internal firewall and the external firewall).

The proof that B has is that the message he received was signed using A’s private key and therefore A sent it. However, suppose A repudiates, claiming that she has lost her private key. Timestamps limit the problem to some extent, but nonrepudiation is one of the toughest security parameters and usually requires the involvement of a trusted third party. 3 Cryptanalysis The antithesis of cryptography is cryptanalysis. Whereas the former aims to hide the information content of a message from unauthorized entities, the latter aims to recover the information content of a message.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.78 of 5 – based on 42 votes