An Unofficial Guide to Ethical Hacking

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Macmillan Publishers India Limited, 2006 - 616 pages
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The basic motive behind this book is to create a new wave of ethical hackers, which would revolutionise the global security scene. The book looks at topics such as hacking windows, cracking passwords, hacking concepts and a whole lot more that the reader

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Unofficial guide to ethical hacking

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"Ethical hacking" may seem like an oxymoron, but to 17-year-old Indian high school student Fadia, it's a way of life. This book extends his Hacking Truths site (hackingtruths.box.sk), describing ... Read full review

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