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Sunday, 7 July 2019

Computer and networking hacking for beginners

Computer hacking for beginners

INTRODUCTION: hello guyz this book is about hacking computer and wireless networks for beginners and to use of kali linux all the basic knowledge and more will be covered by this so if you looking to learn something about computer and Network then this is the right book for you 

About : Computer Hacking Beginners Guide PDF

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computer Hacking for Beginners Guide by Alan T. Norman is to teach you about terms and language surrounding “hacking” in general. In specific Alan takes on the daunting task of trying to espouse ethics and morals surrounding hacking, including Black Hat, Grey Hat and White Hat hacking and what the differences are. He also takes on the task of teaching you C++ at a very introductory but functional level so that you actually learn how to program and debug your own key-logger.

For a small book with lofty goals, he accomplishes these tasks surprisingly well. It is clear through reading the book that Alan is a teacher, and he does a good job at training you about your subject and then accomplishing your task. I was actually surprised by how much I learned. The context of this statement is that I am a cyber-security professional and a training professional as well.

This is a really excellent book. I was surprised at how clearly Alan elucidates what hacker really means, and goes to great pains to explain Black Hats, Grey Hats, and White Hats. Alan tells you in words and figures that there are no short cuts; it is all about learning and experience. He takes a far more ethical bent than I would have expected. This is a great beginner book for anyone who is curious, wants to know more, and wants to defend themselves. This is even a good book if you have less than ethical motives, and just need to know what words mean and how to get started in hacking.

While it is clear to me that Alan is not a native US English speaker from some of the expressions and mannerisms in his language, he is still quite clear in expressing himself, and other than a few linguistic idioms there is no confusion as to what he is explaining to you, the reader, and what he wants you to do. Typographical and grammatical errors are few and far between, so it has been well edited.

Now, I read the book on a combination of Samsung S-7 smart phone, Amazon Kindle, and computer screen. What I can tell you for sure is that the diagrams in the book, the code examples, are going to be too small to see well on a small screen. You can magnify them quite a bit and they are viewable, but if you really want to get everything you need out of this book, you should be on a full size screen – e.g. 11 inches or bigger. Since theoretically you should be doing everything on a computer anyway, not a tablet, that should not present a problem as you can simply read the book in a Kindle reading app; but it is a factor if you are a commuting reader or a work reader like I am.


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