Fraud loss prevention


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every day hackers are stealing millions from websites and this is the book that will help you detect it happening on yours. Detecting malice was written to help website administrators, developers, operations personelle and security product managers in building and maintaining a higher security posture. Understanding user intent is the cornerstone for reducing fraud ratios in modern web applications. From retail to government, this book covers many different realms of fraud and how to detect it at many different technical layers. From dns and tcp to embedded content and browser fingerprinting techniques it is possible to identify users who are most likely to become dangerous often before it actually happens. A plethora of techniques and examples are all available to you within the 300+ pages of this book.

detecting malice: preface user disposition deducing without knowing book overview who should read this book? why now? a note on style working without a silver bullet special thanks chapter 1 – dns and tcp: the foundations of application security in the beginning was dns same-origin policy and dns rebinding dns zone transfers and updates dns enumeration tcp/ip spoofing and the three-way handshake passive os fingerprinting with pof tcp timing analysis network dos and ddos attacks attacks against dns tcp dos low bandwidth dos using dos as self-defense motives for dos attacks dos conspiracies port scanning with that out of the way… Chapter 2 – ip address forensics what c…read more detail

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