A Complete Hacker's Handbook: Everything You Need to Know about Hacking in the Age of the Web
The Hacker's Handbook looks at the whole phenomenon of computer hacking, from its beginnings in the computer networks of the early 80s, through the basic tools that hackers use today and how to guard against them. There are also a full range of hints and tips for getting the most out of the basic Internet tools we all use, such as e-mail, the World Wide Web, and more.
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