Foundations of Mac OS X Leopard Security is written in part as a companion to the SANS Institute course for Mac OS X. It contains detailed Mac OS X security information, but also walkthroughs on securing systems. By using the SANS Institute course as a sister to the book, the focus includes both the beginning home user and the seasoned security professional not accustomed to the Mac, and allows this title to establish the abest practicesa for Mac OS X for a wide audience. Additionally, the authors of the book are seasoned Mac and security professionals, having built many of the largest network infrastructures for Apple and spoken at both DefCon and Black Hat on OS X security. What youall learn Security overview Walkthroughs to secure systems Walkthroughs and suggestions for thirdaparty applications on systems Mac forensics Mac hacking Apple wireless security Mac OS X security Who this book is for A wide audience of users, power users, and administrators who wish to make sure their Mac platform is secure.Navigating the file system through the Finder or through Terminal on a mounted drive is one ofthe most common tasks a user will do on their computer. ... One example ofusing the option with the mount command is using the aro command to make a disk read-only (or more specifically ... One wayis to kill the process and then remove the /usr/sbin/d is karbitrationd file, completely removing the daemon.
|Title||:||Foundations of Mac OS X Leopard Security|
|Author||:||Zack Smith, William Barker, Charles Edge|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2008-04-30|