This guide aims to provide systems administrators with insights into how to find and exploit security holes in Linux - and how they can be fixed. It covers vulnerabilities found on common Linux distributions, for example, Red Hat and SuSE.There are a number of tools that will attempt to crack and modify the BIOS settings, retrieve the BIOS password, or simply ... These tools are almost always DOS-based and can be run from a floppy disk. ... If the jumper exists and can be found by the attacker, they will simply need to move it to make a connection, reset theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Hacking Linux Exposed|
|Author||:||James Lee, George Kurtz|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 2001-01-01|