Robert Dusablon rated it really liked it Jul 31, Trivia About Dissecting The Ha Chad rated it liked it Oct 15, This book is interesting in that although it tells a fictional story of how two hackers innocently accidentally fall upon and prevent a serious threat to national security, everything about the technology is all real, and explained in good enough detail to make anyone interested in security threats, wanting to learn more. No trivia or quizzes yet. Mar 11, Daniel Mihai Popescu rated it liked it. Dec 04, Russ rated it it was amazing.
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Inside the book This book consists of two parts, and both tell the same story. I know that many nontechnical people don’t know very much about computers and why security is important which makes them think the security guy wears hhe tinfoil hat so maybe reading this would be a bit of an eye opener?
I think it would be a good book to give to someone who needs to know the value of computer security without making them read a boring textbook. Final thoughts I remember when this book first came out last year, and was almost immediately pulled because it turned out that the technical editor plagiarized most of the STAR section. This book approaches the subject of hacking in an interesting way.
Dissecting The Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network
Erick rated it it was amazing Sep 20, Chronicle Volume 1 Inbunden. And in he gave a presentation at the Cyber Crimes Alliance meeting at the invitation of the Secret Service. Jun 25, John Tangney rated it liked it. Robert Dusablon rated it really liked it Jul 31, Ricky Birtles rated it really liked it May 15, Human rights organization targeted with cyber attack.
Dissecting the Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network (Revised Edition) – Help Net Security
The F0rb1dd3n Network by Jayson E. Patrick rated it really liked it Jun 04, Bryan Sposato rated it it was ok Feb 18, There are lots of Easter eggs, which were fun when you spotted them.
The aftermath of the Bredolab botnet shutdown. Jayson has consulted with the FBI on attempted breaches of networks resulting in the capture and successful prosecution of the perpetrators. You can also wade through both of them simultaneously. One half massive case study, one half technical manual, Dissecting the Hack has it all – learn all about hacking tools and techniques and how to defend your network against threats.
The book is divided into two parts: Return to Book Page. This book delivers on what it promises to do, and is perfect for those who are only starting out to learn more about the subject of information security. Legend Of Zelda, The: There were several technologies, luminaries, organizations that I would not have known about had I not read this book.
Former consultant with the FBI and Secret Service on attempted haxk breaches, he is a well-known information security speaker at a variety of conferences, and the co-founder of Hacm. Dissecting the Hack is one heck of a ride!
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. You can read the book in any way you want. Definately Jayson is f0rb1ddd3n about technology. Nanoymaster rated it liked it Aug 22, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Although, I suppose if you were not familiar with the technical aspects of computing you might have a little bit of trouble understanding certain parts of the story but I think even nontechnical readers would be able to at least get the general idea of whats going on in those technical parts.
Jayson has also consulted with the Secret Service on wireless security and cyber crime investigations.
I remember when this book first came out last year, and was almost immediately pulled because it turned out that the technical editor plagiarized dissecitng of the STAR section. Deep Medicine Eric Topol Inbunden. If you do know what TCP is then you don’t need it expanded.