If you work in advanced security, you are aware of the ongoing struggle to safeguard online privacy. Vendors are being urged to take greater responsibility in order to create goods that are more secure, especially in security chat rooms.
It's a battle that might never finish given all the information and code that is exchanged every day. Thankfully, there are some open-source security technologies that provide you an advantage over your adversaries.
Security technology frequently fulfills your requirements right out of the box. More often than not, you must modify the tool to meet the demands of your network architecture. Experienced administrators can learn how to tweak, customize, and extend well-known open-source security tools like Nikto, Ettercap, and Nessus by reading Network Security Tools.
This compact, high-end book explains the common adaptations and extensions for these tools, then shows you how to develop even more specialized attack and penetration studies that are appropriate to your unique network environment. It also illustrates how devices like network sniffers, port scanners, packet injectors, and online evaluation tools work.