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W A V M G Wijethunge – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Case study on exploitation, detection and prevention of user Account DoS through Advanced Persistent Threats
    2015 Fifteenth International Conference on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer), 2015
    Co-Authors: K P B Anushka, Chamantha, A P Karunaweera, P R Priyashantha, H D R Wickramasinghe, W A V M G Wijethunge
    Abstract:

    Security analysts implement various security mechanisms to protect systems from attackers. Even though these mechanisms try to secure systems, a talented attacker may use these same techniques to launch a sophisticated attack. This paper discuss about such an attack called as user Account Denial of Service (DoS) where an attacker uses user Account Lockout features of the application to Lockout all user Accounts causing an enterprise wide DoS. The attack has being simulated usingastealthy attack mechanism called as Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) using a XMPP based botnet. Through the simulation, researchers discuss about the patterns associated with the attack which can be used to detect the attack in real time and how the attack can be prevented from the perspective of developers, system engineers and security analysts.

  • Case study on exploitation, detection and prevention of user Account DoS through Advanced Persistent Threats
    2015 Fifteenth International Conference on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer), 2015
    Co-Authors: K P B Anushka, Chamantha, A P Karunaweera, P R Priyashantha, H D R Wickramasinghe, W A V M G Wijethunge
    Abstract:

    Security analysts implement various security mechanisms to protect systems from attackers. Even though these mechanisms try to secure systems, a talented attacker may use these same techniques to launch a sophisticated attack. This paper discuss about such an attack called as user Account Denial of Service (DoS) where an attacker uses user Account Lockout features of the application to Lockout all user Accounts causing an enterprise wide DoS. The attack has being simulated usingastealthy attack mechanism called as Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) using a XMPP based botnet. Through the simulation, researchers discuss about the patterns associated with the attack which can be used to detect the attack in real time and how the attack can be prevented from the perspective of developers, system engineers and security analysts.

Ohio. Department Of Administrative Services – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Other title: DAS-ITS-2100-01-A Password Standard for Organizational Users
    , 2019
    Co-Authors: Ohio. Department Of Administrative Services
    Abstract:

    [2019 update].; “DAS IT Standard.”; Revision history: “07/12/2017, Original standard; 08/17/2018, Reviewed the standard and updated the disabled Account and self-service mechanism requirements that were previously in DAS Policy 2100-11 Access Controls; 11/27/2018, Updated the exception request language to align with the current procedure; 06/04/2019, Removed Account Lockout requirement. Updated Section 7.0 Implementation due to the length of time the policy has been in place”–Pages 4-5.; “Effective date: 06/04/2019.”; Standard number: DAS-ITS-2100-01-A.; Includes bibliographical references.The purpose of this standard is to provide organizational user password requirements to Ohio Department of Administrative Services (DAS) technical teams that will allow for the consistent implementation of password standards across DAS-managed system assets. The scope of this standard includes all organizational user Accounts, privileged user Accounts, and service Accounts that are or will be used to access any DAS-managed system assets. This standard represents the minimum acceptable criteria governing organizational user Account passwords

  • Other title: DAS-ITS-2100-01-B Password Standard for Non-Organizational Users
    , 2019
    Co-Authors: Ohio. Department Of Administrative Services
    Abstract:

    [2019 update].; “DAS IT Standard.”; Revision history: “07/12/17, original standard; 08/17/2018, Reviewed the standard and updated the disabled Account and self-service mechanism requirements to reflect the requirements that were previously in DAS Policy 2100-11 Access Controls; 11/27/2018, Updated the exception request language to align with the current procedure; 06/04/2019, Removed Account Lockout requirement. Updated Section 7.0 Implementation due to the length of time the policy has been in place”–Page 4.; “Effective date: 06/04/2019.”; Standard number: DAS-ITS-2100-01-B.; Includes bibliographical references.The purpose of this standard is to provide non-organizational user password requirements to Ohio Department of Administrative Services (DAS) technical teams that will allow for the consistent implementation of password standards across DAS-managed system assets. The scope of this standard includes all non-organizational user Accounts that are or will be used to access any DAS-managed system assets. This standard represents the minimum acceptable criteria governing non-organizational user Account passwords. The established password criteria is designed for ease of use, as many non-organizational user Accounts are not used daily

K P B Anushka – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Case study on exploitation, detection and prevention of user Account DoS through Advanced Persistent Threats
    2015 Fifteenth International Conference on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer), 2015
    Co-Authors: K P B Anushka, Chamantha, A P Karunaweera, P R Priyashantha, H D R Wickramasinghe, W A V M G Wijethunge
    Abstract:

    Security analysts implement various security mechanisms to protect systems from attackers. Even though these mechanisms try to secure systems, a talented attacker may use these same techniques to launch a sophisticated attack. This paper discuss about such an attack called as user Account Denial of Service (DoS) where an attacker uses user Account Lockout features of the application to Lockout all user Accounts causing an enterprise wide DoS. The attack has being simulated usingastealthy attack mechanism called as Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) using a XMPP based botnet. Through the simulation, researchers discuss about the patterns associated with the attack which can be used to detect the attack in real time and how the attack can be prevented from the perspective of developers, system engineers and security analysts.

  • Case study on exploitation, detection and prevention of user Account DoS through Advanced Persistent Threats
    2015 Fifteenth International Conference on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer), 2015
    Co-Authors: K P B Anushka, Chamantha, A P Karunaweera, P R Priyashantha, H D R Wickramasinghe, W A V M G Wijethunge
    Abstract:

    Security analysts implement various security mechanisms to protect systems from attackers. Even though these mechanisms try to secure systems, a talented attacker may use these same techniques to launch a sophisticated attack. This paper discuss about such an attack called as user Account Denial of Service (DoS) where an attacker uses user Account Lockout features of the application to Lockout all user Accounts causing an enterprise wide DoS. The attack has being simulated usingastealthy attack mechanism called as Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) using a XMPP based botnet. Through the simulation, researchers discuss about the patterns associated with the attack which can be used to detect the attack in real time and how the attack can be prevented from the perspective of developers, system engineers and security analysts.

John Policelli – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • active directory domain services 2008 how to
    , 2009
    Co-Authors: John Policelli
    Abstract:

    Active Directory Domain Services 2008 How-To Real Solutions for Active Directory 2008 Administrators John Policelli Need fast, reliable, easy-to-implement solutions for Microsoft Active Directory 2008? This book delivers exactly what youre looking for. Youll find nearly 250 tested, step-by-step procedures for planning, installing, customizing, and managing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) in any production environment. Completely up-to-date, it fully reflects the brand new version of Active Directory introduced in Windows Server 2008, which contains the most significant changes since AD was first introduced. When time is of the essence, turn here first: get answers you can trustand useright now! Fast, Accurate, and Easy-to-Use! Prepare for Active Directory Domain Services installation Install and uninstall Active Directory Domain Services Manage trust relationships and functional levels Manage Operations Master Roles and Global Catalog Servers Efficiently administer sites and replication Manage the Active Domain Services schema Administer Active Directory DS data Make the most of Active Directory Group Policies Manage password replication policies Implement fine-grained password and Account Lockout policies Safely back up and recover Active Directory DS Use Active Directorys improved auditing capabilities to track changes more effectively John Policelli has been honored by Microsoft as a Microsoft MVP for Directory Services. A solutions-focused IT consultant with over a decade of success in architecture, security, IT strategy, and disaster recovery, John has designed and implemented dozens of complex directory service, e-Messaging, web, networking, and security enterprise solutions. He has provided thought leadership for some of Canadas largest Active Directory installations. He has also served as an author, technical reviewer, and subject matter expert for more than 50 training, exam writing, press, and whitepaper projects related to Windows Server 2008 Identity and Access Management, networking, and collaboration. His technology certifications include MCTS, MCSA, ITSM, iNet+, Network+, and A+. Category: Microsoft / Windows Server $39.99 US / $47.99 CAN / 28.99 Net UK

Aaron Tiensivu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Active Directory Domain Security Changes
    Securing Windows Server 2008, 2008
    Co-Authors: Aaron Tiensivu
    Abstract:

    This chapter reviews Microsoft Windows Server 2008’s Active Directory. The domain serves as the administrative boundary of Active Directory. It is the most basic component that can functionally host the directory; the domain is used as a container of computers, users, groups, and other object containers. Objects within the domain share a common directory database partition, replication boundaries and characteristics, security policies, and security relationships with other domains. Administrative rights granted in one domain are valid only within that domain. This also applies to Group Policy Objects, but not necessarily to trust relationships. Security policies such as password policy, Account Lockout policy, and Kerberos ticket policy are defined on a per-domain basis. The domain is also the primary boundary defining the DNS and NetBIOS namespaces. The DNS infrastructure is a requirement for an Active Directory domain and should be defined before creating the domain.