Hacking

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mthujan on 23-09-17

This book seems to be a great start for people who

What made the experience of listening to Hacking the most enjoyable?

This book seems to be a great start for people who are interested in learning more about the world of computer hacking. My son is interested in being a professional White Hat and this would have been great information to get him started.

What about Chris Brown’s performance did you like?

Great book really works a lot...please listen to this book guys it is very helpful.

Any additional comments?

He knows most of what is in the book already, but for those that are just getting interested, or involved, it seems to be a great resource. I think that there needs to be a bit more on the right and wrong of hacking and what can happen to you if you're on that negative side. Too many people think that they won't get caught and laws need to be changed for computer trespassing versus in person...in my opinion

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5 out of 5 stars
By mashaziya on 22-09-17

Clever and powerful

What I read is the first edition, hacking is about passion for elegance and mastery of s/w at a much deeper level, and appreciation from peers. Any software engineer should read this book or at least get familar with the concepts presented in the book, as "An understanding of these techniques is far more powerful than the end result of any single exploit".

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5 out of 5 stars
By talithabenjamin on 22-09-17

Very Technical & Overly Philosophical

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This book is an awesome book for hackers who will learn how the exploits work and the logic behind it, thats why i love this book as its not like the average "how to become a hacker books" which actually make you script kiddies, but this book talks on the intricacies of hacking, program exploits in depth giving you an insight as how the exploits works ,

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5 out of 5 stars
By saji on 22-09-17

Designed in beautiful order.

Where does Hacking rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

While almost every hacking book guide you with tools and how to use them, this book tells you how hackers designed these tools, very detailed, designed in beautiful order. i'll rank in high position.

Any additional comments?

This book will teach you how to do it. It goes into incredible detail to help you understand exploits that are, most of the time, very close to the machine. It comes with a cd that has most of the programs prewritten for you, so time can be saved, though it is probably helpful to type up the code. Dexter Jackson starts with an introduction to C, and then buffer overflow exploits, and then several chapters on network protocols to understand how hackers used to exploit TCP/IP. If you are interested in the subject, this is recommended listening.

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5 out of 5 stars
By gavin on 21-09-17

Solid introduction to hacking techniques

Good overview and this book seems to cover the basics and has enough information to at least know where to start finding out more about advanced topics he book was read within one day and by that I mean a hour or two. This is the smallest book that I own and the content is very limited!

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5 out of 5 stars
By muzainah on 21-09-17

A good guide for empath

A good guide to understand the basics of hacking through step by step approach like what is hacking,what are the tools required,penetration testing,security,hacking attacks and much more . I would recommend this book if you are an absolute beginners . Highly recommended.

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