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The unofficial guide to ethical hacking

by Ankit Fadia

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Decent book. Goes over the basic ideas behind hacking, and gives you a bunch of code, but not very useful for actual hacking. Good for learning the ideas and tactics used by hackers though, but doesn't teach you much about the important things like how to use a debugger to look through asm code, analyzing scanner logs, etc.

Its a book, not a tutorial. As a tutorial it sucks, but as a book it is decent. ( )
  aquagrunty | Nov 15, 2007 |
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