• by Eliot P. Reznor
  • Narrated by Aks K
  • 1 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you wish you could be a hacker...or do you wonder if hacking is something for you? Are you tempted to see if you have what it takes to hack? Do you feel stagnant, stuck in a rut, and ready for a change?
Are you terrified of ending up old, having wasted years of your life as a non-hacker?
If you keep doing what you've always done, you'll never become a hacker.
Is this positive for you?
Hacking: Ultimate Hacking Guide for Beginners teaches you every step, including an action plan for becoming a hacker. This is a book of action and doesn't just tell you to try harder. Life rewards those who take matters into their own hands, and this book is where to start.
This book is full of real-life examples for people just like you, proven techniques of that have worked for thousands of people just like you. These methods are backed up countless hacker stories, all which will arm you with a mindset primed for success and powerful, concrete hacking techniques.
Easy-to-implement small changes and practical takeaways for immediate action.

What happens if you ignore your inner hacker?
Learn what it takes to be a hacker
Why should you care about becoming a hacker?
What could you achieve with tips in the right direction
The consequences of ignoring your hacking potential

How will you learn to free your hacker spirit?

Identify the source of being a hacker
How to build the hacker tools you will need
Tricks for handling creative blocks
How to develop new habits to maximize the effectiveness of your hacking


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Customer Reviews

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It excited my imagination as to what is possible in hacking that I could apply to my business strategy and I plan on using much of what I learned in this book. This book is a very helpful informative. This book explained what you should know and learn to become an ethical hacker.i HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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- Percy Tapia

Great overview!

Any additional comments?

Great overview. Provides good information on overflow and printf vulnerabilities, network hacking, and producing compact, polymorphic shellcode in the printable ascii range. Touches on hiding tracks but only barely - no kernel hacking/rootkit section. The only other shortcoming is the crypto section is light (although the WEP vulnerabilities section was cool); but I would have been happy foregoing the crypto and getting more on evasion and exfiltration. Most all the vulnerabilities discussed have existing countermeasures - if one is up to date on patches; but he builds on the vulnerability/countermeasure/counter-countermeasure. Highly recommended!

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- Kelly Lynne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-08-2017
  • Publisher: C.A.B.