Section 1 Networking Basics How do networks work? Chapter 1 Workstation Network Configuration and Connectivity Chapter 2 TCP/UDP Basics Chapter 3 Network Applications Section 2 Vulnerabilities and Threats How can networks be compromised? Chapter 4 Scanning and Enumerating the Network for Targets Chapter 5 Attacks-Web Server, Email, DOS and Trojan Attacks Chapter 6 Escalating Privilege-Sniffing, Keylogging, Password Cracking Attacks Section 3 Prevention How do we prevent Harm to Networks? Chapter 7 Hardening the Host Computer Chapter 8 Securing Network Communications Section 4 Detection and Response How do we detect and respond to attacks? Chapter 9 Preparing for and Detecting Attacks Chapter 10 Digital Forensics Appendix - Lab Setup InstructionsConklin, Wm. Arthur is the author of 'Computer Security Lab Manual ', published 2005 under ISBN 9780072255089 and ISBN 0072255080.