Written by two experienced penetration testers the material presented discusses the basics of the OS X environment and its vulnerabilities. Including but limited to; application porting, virtualization utilization and offensive tactics at the kernel, OS and wireless level. This book provides a comprehensive in-depth guide to exploiting and compromising the OS X platform while offering the necessary defense and countermeasure techniques that can be used to stop hackers As a resource to the reader, the companion website will provide links from the authors, commentary and updates. *Provides relevant information including some of the latest OS X threats *Easily accessible to those without any prior OS X experience *Useful tips and strategies for exploiting and compromising OS X systems *Includes discussion of defensive and countermeasure applications and how to use them *Covers mobile IOS vulnerabilitiesSee Apple Partitioning Map (APM) Apple, common assembly instructions, 176a 177 Apple iOS. ... Memory Access (DMA) path, 186a187 insecurity, 189a198 Jailbreakme.com, 191a193 Nitro, 196 process memory protection, 187a188 redsn0w, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Hacker's Guide to OS X|
|Author||:||Robert Bathurst, Russ Rogers, Alijohn Ghassemlouei|
|Publisher||:||Newnes - 2012-12-31|