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Practical Packet Analysis – Using Wireshark to Solve Real–World Network Problems 2e Paperback – 29 June 2011
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Chris Sanders is a computer security consultant, author, and researcher. A SANS Mentor who holds several industry certifications, including CISSP, GCIA, GCIH, and GREM, he writes regularly for WindowSecurity.com and his blog, ChrisSanders.org. Sanders uses Wireshark daily for packet analysis. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina, where he works as a government defense contractor.
- Publisher : No Starch Press; 2nd ed. edition (29 June 2011)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 280 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1593272669
- ISBN-13 : 978-1593272661
- Dimensions : 17.78 x 1.93 x 23.5 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 596,422 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Although the book is more for beginners by the end of it you will feel like an expert!
Understanding network packets will help you to secure your system and see what is really flowing between your PC and the internet. You will become familiar with TCP/IP, ARP, DNS, DHCP, ICMP, SSL and many more acronyms.
The book is very well laid out with a good mixture of text and graphs/pics in fact it is so good that the book is bound with Otabind binding allowing it to easily lie flat when opened.
It comes with a downloadable zip file of capture examples for you to work through alongside with the book. I would highly recommend the actual book rather than a kindle version as the book is so well designed (you can of course re-sell the book but not your kindle version!).
This book is so good that you wish it was even more in-depth or that this author/publisher did a more in-depth book. Although there is a chapter on Wireless analysis it does not go into too much depth (and no the book does not tell you how to hack - but makes you aware of the hacking problems and how to check/see them) - so could have done with a longer chapter on WiFi.
Highly recommended as one of the best beginners guide to a subject that I have read.