Secrets of computer espionage: tactics and countermeasures
Is someone spying on you?
You might be surprised
It could be your boss, your competition, or a private investigator, but it could just as easily be a foreign intelligence agent-or the whiz kid down the street. More and more people today want to know what's on your computer, your PDA, your cell phone, or your wireless network. And as soon as one vulnerable chink in your security is identified and plugged, a new spy tool or method will arise to circumvent the countermeasure.
Joel McNamara takes you inside the mind of the computer espionage artist-amateur or professional-and shows you appropriate defenses for a wide array of potential vulnerabilities.
This is not just another book on network security. This is the book that teaches you to think like a spy, because that's the only way to outwit one.
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Review: Secrets of Computer Espionage: Tactics and CountermeasuresUser Review - Captain Jack - Goodreads
This book was amazing, but just the slightest bit obselete. It has how-to information, both attack and defense, and suggestions for buying products. The coolest section was about black bag jobs, where ... Read full review
Review: Secrets of Computer Espionage: Tactics and CountermeasuresUser Review - Louis - Goodreads
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