By samzenpus from Slashdot's protect-ya-neck department
writes "If there ever was a book that should not be judged by its title, Defense against the Black Arts: How Hackers Do What They Do and How to Protect against It, is that book. Even if one uses the definition in The New Hackers Dictionary of 'a collection of arcane, unpublished, and (by implication) mostly ad-hoc techniques developed for a particular application or systems area', that really does not describe this book. The truth is that hacking is none of the above. If anything, it is a process that is far from mysterious, but rather aether to describe. With that, the book does a good job of providing the reader with the information needed to run a large set of hacking tools."
Read below for the rest of Ben's review. Defense against the Black Arts: How Hackers Do What They Do and How to Protect against It
author Jesse Varsalone, Matthew Mcfadden, Michael Schearer, Sean Morrissey
publisher CRC Press
reviewer Ben Rothke
summary Good reference for someone experienced in the topic who wants to improve their skillsRead Replies (0)