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Publisher's Summary

Have you watched the news lately? They can't stop talking about hacking. It is portrayed in movies, shouted about in media headlines, and typically gets a lot of attention. In fact, in the run up to the 2016 US Presidential election, there were allegations made nearly every day that the Russians were influencing the election by hacking into American databases and systems. And who can forget Julian Assange and his infamous WikiLeaks that successfully hacked into hundreds of thousands of emails, and whose actions may have kept Hillary Clinton out of the White House.
All this is commonly known as black hat hacking - where the hacker gets onto a network in the hopes of obtaining information that was not intended for their use. However, there is another side of hacking - known as ethical hacking - that operates within the legal frameworks. In fact, many companies pay "ethical hackers" hefty salaries to keep their organization's information safe. After listening to this book, there's no reason you can't become one of those individuals and dramatically increase your paycheck!
Of course, this book is a beginners guide so it is not all inclusive. We have more books on the way that will go into a more technical analysis of hacking, provide detailed tips and strategies, and a more advanced guide. Stay tuned and subscribe to our email list to get the best deals!
This extensive beginners guide will start you off on the right foot. We will go into details about hacking in all its various aspects.
©2016 Mark Anderson (P)2017 Mark Anderson
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5 out of 5 stars
By JetGripz on 01-19-17

Good basic hacking book

What did you love best about Hacking?

It talks about all the basics which is good. If you have no computer knowledge or consider yourself a brand new newbie to this real of computer hacking, then I advise getting this book.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It took me a few days to finish it but I wished it was longer. Still it's still very good and I would recommend.

Any additional comments?

Good content about hacking. Lots of basics that I never knew and I'm sure you'll learn something new too.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Eric Hansen on 09-09-17

Good start

This is a good book for anyone that knows very little about hacking. I don't recommend to intermediate or advanced penetration testers.

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