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Network Intrusion Detection


The goal in writing Network Intrusion Detection, Third Edition has been to empower you as an analyst. We believe that if you read this book cover to cover, and put the material into practice as you go, you will be ready to enter the world of intrusion analysis. Many people have read our books, or attended our live class offered by SANS, and the lights have gone on; then, they are off to the races. We will cover the technical material, the workings of TCP/IP, and also make every effort to help you understand how an analyst thinks through dozens of examples.


Network Intrusion Detection, Third Edition is offered in five parts. Part I, "TCP/IP," begins with Chapter 1, ranging from an introduction to the fundamental concepts of the Internet protocol to a discussion of Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs).

We realize that it has become stylish to begin a book saying a few words about TCP/IP, but the system Judy and I have developed has not only taught more people IP but a lot more about IP as well—more than any other system ever developed.

We call it "real TCP" because the material is based on how packets actually perform on the network, not theory. Even if you are familiar with IP, give the first part of the book a look. We are confident you will be pleasantly surprised.

Perhaps the most important chapter in Part I is Chapter 5, "Stimulus and Response." Whenever you look at a network trace, the first thing you need to determine is if it is a stimulus or a response.

This helps you to properly analyze the traffic. Please take the time to make sure you master this material; it will prevent analysis errors as you move forward.


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