Hacking University: Freshman Edition

  • by Isaac D. Cody
  • Narrated by Mark Jonathan Charles
  • 1 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Have you ever wanted to be a hacker? Does cracking passwords and the exfiltration of data intrigue you?
Hacking University: Freshman Edition is a beginner's guide to the complex security concepts involved with hacking. Whether you are an aspiring "hacktivist" or a security-minded individual, this book can start you on your career of exploration.
This book contains demonstrations of hacking techniques and actual code. Aspiring hackers can follow along to get a feel for how professionals operate, and persons wishing to hide themselves from hackers can use the same methods for information on how to protect themselves.
What makes this hacking book different from other hacking books?
Well it essentially brings the most up-to-date information that will allow you to start hacking today. Every skill has to start from somewhere and I firmly believe this book is the perfect platform to get you on your way to start a specialized skill-set in hacking.
By listening to this book you will learn the following:

The rich history behind hacking
Modern security and its place in the business world
Common terminology and technical jargon in security
How to program a fork bomb
How to crack a Wi-Fi password
Methods for protecting and concealing yourself as a hacker
How to prevent counter-hacks and deter government surveillance
The different types of malware and what they do
Various types of hacking attacks and how perform or protect yourself from them
And much more!

Hacking University: Freshman Edition is a wonderful overview of the types of topics that hackers like to learn about. By purchasing this book, you too can learn the well-kept secrets of hackers.
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Customer Reviews

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Very basic stuff. I was expecting a little more. good for someone who's just interested in knowing the idea behind hacking. Some information was not accurate. I personally didn't like the reader sounded like he had a mouth full of water.
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I am half way through the book and have only heard a list of terms such as "VPN" with no detailed explanation. Writer may be knowledgeable but presentation is similar to fictional grammar school teacher.
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- Barry Garcia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-18-2016
  • Publisher: Isaac D. Cody