This audiobook is intended to be an exceptionally delicate yet exhaustive manual for the secrets in the universe of hacking and infiltration testing. The book contains an in-depth analysis and essential tips of how to become a hacker. Additionally, it provides you with the darkest secrets of the hacking world and the hidden secret recipes that were used by the most successful hackers of all time.
Noticeably, this book will act as a step-by-step guide to those who are new or are starting their journey in the world of hacking by giving you an extensive insight in hacking. You'll learn the various types of hacking, the hacker's style, hacking tips, and how to hack ethically among other insightful yet vital topics in the world of hacking. This book will help you understand how to remain focused on a hacking endeavor and how to overcome various challenges faced by hackers.
When you finish, you'll have a vivid understanding of the hacking world and undoubtedly have taken the first and most important step in becoming a hacking monster - undetected and in the best way.
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The Ctr Alt Del Version of Hacking
Cut nothing. This book needed more detailed information and less common knowledge.
This is a basic guide on how hacking works. Nothing new if you keep up on Defcon or Black Hat talks on Youtube. You're better off saving your money and spending your time playing with Metasploit and learning how Python works.
- Jacob S.
Hugely overstated title?
Translated from another language by a non English speaker?The narrator did fine but what he had to read was broken English. I believe the writer has plenty of knowledge of the subject but he spent more time than needed on a cursory history of hacking.He stayed on the lower levels and just didn't go deep or detailed.
I would have preferred Kevin had jumped in to the tech sooner and deeper.
The narrator did fine with what he had to work with, unless he would have corrected the wording and grammar as he read.
- K. W. Malone