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Programming Windows Security - Keith Brown
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Works in this series are designed to be the practical and informative sources developers need on the methods and tools for applying object-oriented technologies to real-world, large-scale applications.We will be starting with the four books following in the catalogue, and publishing more in the near future. We will be supporting the books with space advertising, author appearances at major conferences, co-marketing with DevelopMentor, and a major publicity push.-- Kerberos authentication, COM+ security extensions, Active Directory security, and more.-- Security implications of COM+, MTS, MSMQ and other key Microsoft technologies.-- Avoiding unwanted Access Denied messages and other problems Windows 2000/NT security can cause developers.Windows 2000 and NT offer programmers powerful security tools that few developers use to the fullest -- and many are completely unaware of. In Programming Windows Security, a top Windows security expert shows exactly how to apply them in enterprise applications. Keith Brown starts with a complete roadmap to the Windows 2000 security architecture, describing every component and how they all fit together. He reviews the actors in a secure system, including principals, authorities, authentication, domains, and the local security authority; and the role of trust in secure Windows 2000 applications. Developers will understand the security implications of the broader Windows 2000 environment, including logon sessions, tokens, and window stations. Next, Brown introduces Windows 2000 authorization and access control, including groups, aliases, roles, privileges, security descriptors, DACLs and SACLs - showing how to choose the best accessstrategy for any application. In Part II, he walks developers through using each of Windows 2000''s security tools, presenting techniques for building more secure setup programs, using privileges at runtime, working with window stations and user profiles, and using Windows 2000''s dramatically changed ACLs. Finally, Brown provides techniques and sample code for network authentication, working with the file system redirector, using RPC security, and making the most of COM/COM+ security. Keith Brown, Books, Computers, Programming Windows Security Books>Computers, Pearson Education

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Works in this series are designed to be the practical and informative sources developers need on the methods and tools for applying object-oriented technologies to real-world, large-scale applications. We will be starting with the four books following in the catalogue, and publishing more in the near future. We will be supporting the books with space advertising, author appearances at major conferences, co-marketing with DevelopMentor, and a major publicity push. -- Kerberos authentication, COM+ security extensions, Active Directory security, and more. -- Security implications of COM+, MTS, MSMQ and other key Microsoft technologies. -- Avoiding unwanted "Access Denied" messages and other problems Windows 2000/NT security can cause developers. Windows 2000 and NT offer programmers powerful security tools that few developers use to the fullest -- and many are completely unaware of. In Programming Windows Security, a top Windows security expert shows exactly how to apply them in enterprise applications. Keith Brown starts with a complete roadmap to the Windows 2000 security architecture, describing every component and how they all fit together. He reviews the "actors" in a secure system, including principals, authorities, authentication, domains, and the local security authority; and the role of trust in secure Windows 2000 applications. Developers will understand the security implications of the broader Windows 2000 environment, including logon sessions, tokens, and window stations. Next, Brown introduces Windows 2000 authorization and access control, including groups, aliases, roles, privileges, security descriptors, DACLs and SACLs - showing how to choose the best accessstrategy for any application. In Part II, he walks developers through using each of Windows 2000's security tools, presenting techniques for building more secure setup programs, using privileges at runtime, working with window stations and user profiles, and using Windows 2000's dramatically changed ACLs. Finally, Brown provides techniques and sample code for network authentication, working with the file system redirector, using RPC security, and making the most of COM/COM+ security. Programming Windows Security Brown, Keith, Addison-Wesley Professional

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--George V. Reilly, IIS Performance Lead, Microsoft Windows security has often been considered a dry and unapproachable topic. For years, the main examples of programming security were simply exercises in ACL manipulation. Programming Windows Security is a revelation providing developers with insight into the way Windows security really works. This book shows developers the essentials of security in Windows 2000, including coverage of Kerberos, SSL, job objects, the new ACL model, COM+ and IIS 5.0. Also included are highlights of the differences between security in Windows 2000 and in Windows NT 4.0. Programming Windows Security is written by an experienced developer specifically for use by other developers. It focuses on the issues of most concern to developers today: the design and implementation of secure distributed systems using the networking infrastructure provided by Windows, the file server, the web server, RPC servers, and COM(+) servers. Topics covered include: *COM(+) security, from the ground up *IIS security *How the file system redirector works and why developers should care *The RPC security model *Kerberos, NTLM, and SSL authentication protocols and SSPI *Services certification,comptia,computer science,computers and technology,encryption,home computing and how-to,microsoft,operating systems,programming,security and encryption Operating Systems, Addison Wesley Professional

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Programming Windows Security

Topics covered include: COM(+) security, from the ground up; IIS security; How the file system redirector works and why developers should care; The RPC security model; Kerberos, NTLM, and SSL authentication protocols and SSPI; Services and the Trusted Computing Base (TCB); Logon sessions and tokens; Window stations, desktops, and user profiles; The Windows 2000 ACL model, including the new model of inheritance; Using private security descriptors to secure objects; Accounts, groups, aliases, privileges, and passwords; and Comparison of three strategies for performing access control-impersonation, role-centric, and object-centric and their impact on the design of a distributed application. "Programming Windows Security" provides the most comprehensive coverage of COM(+) security available in one place, culled from the author's extensive experience in diagnosing COM security problems in the lab and via correspondence on the DCOM mailing list.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780201604429
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0201604426
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2000
Herausgeber: ADDISON WESLEY PUB CO INC
608 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,975 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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