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56 review for Hacking: Computer Hacking Beginners Guide How to Hack Wireless Network, Basic Security and Penetration Testing, Kali Linux, Your First Hack

  1. 5 out of 5

    Aarav

    Hack! I love computer and recently I got this book in recommendations and seriously I loved this book but still I can't try to hack wifi. Hack! I love computer and recently I got this book in recommendations and seriously I loved this book but still I can't try to hack wifi.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer (JC-S)

    ‘This book is intended to serve as an introduction to the language, landscape, tools, and procedures of computer hacking.’ According to the blurb, this book will teach you how hacking works, so that you can protect yourself from most common hacking attacks. And, so you can stay (or get) a step ahead of any criminal hacker, you will also learn how to hack and how to do a counter-hack! How did I end up reading this book? The author approached me on the basis of another review I’d written, the Kindl ‘This book is intended to serve as an introduction to the language, landscape, tools, and procedures of computer hacking.’ According to the blurb, this book will teach you how hacking works, so that you can protect yourself from most common hacking attacks. And, so you can stay (or get) a step ahead of any criminal hacker, you will also learn how to hack and how to do a counter-hack! How did I end up reading this book? The author approached me on the basis of another review I’d written, the Kindle version of the book was available at no cost, so I downloaded it and read it. Call me cynical, but I’m not sure that the information in this book would actually enable me to know more than a criminal hacker. Granted, an increased awareness of hacking may enable users to keep their devices safe(r), and if you are interested in differentiating ‘white hat’ ‘black hat’ and ‘gray hat’ hacking you may find this an interesting introduction. While the book is easy to read and understand, I found Chapter 6 on Malicious Activity and Code the most interesting: the explanations are clear and informative. This is definitely a beginner’s guide: those looking for more detailed information will want to look elsewhere. As for testing the instructions on how to prepare my first hack: I haven’t. Jennifer Cameron-Smith

  3. 4 out of 5

    Geoff Parker

    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 t 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. You are not going to be able to pull off the next big department store cyber crime after reading this book. But you are going to know a lot more about the exact tools and steps you will need for either ethical or non-ethical hacking. The book does not make a moral choice for you, that is of course up to you. But it does go a long and succinct way to start you on a much longer journey. And if by chance you happen to casually meander in to the dark underbelly of the digital universe, at least this book is a signpost to guide you. Highly recommended as an introductory book for hacking.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alex

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  5. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    Generally easy to read and introduces some concepts well. I think trying to introduce C++ is a bit optimistic, readers who already know it get bored and I doubt readers who don't would follow the explanations. This won't make you a hacker (white, black or grey hat) but it does give you pointers and gives some decent background to preventative measures if what you want to do is to protect yourself. Generally easy to read and introduces some concepts well. I think trying to introduce C++ is a bit optimistic, readers who already know it get bored and I doubt readers who don't would follow the explanations. This won't make you a hacker (white, black or grey hat) but it does give you pointers and gives some decent background to preventative measures if what you want to do is to protect yourself.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy A. Witherspoon

    Well worth the price and loaded with useful information Great book and loaded with pragmatic and useful information to not only understand hacking but also how to prevent one from making errors that causes one to get hacke.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tunji Afolayan

    Easy to digest Written in a very clear and easy to understand and all the resources required for practice were made available. Explanations and pictures of expected results also provided. Very enjoyable read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Honey

    hacking is bst aim fr me

  9. 4 out of 5

    Theempathogen

    It gets you started without bothering to wade through much background. Granted, you'll obviously want more background at some point. It gets you started without bothering to wade through much background. Granted, you'll obviously want more background at some point.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jiajun Lu

    Easy to understand The first half of the book talks something interesting, but the second half is not so useful. Writing keylogger is not needed.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gamaliel Vazquez

    is Just a Begginers Guide, less than this.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elwin Kline

    Hands down the worst book I have ever read. I hate to slam an independent author like this, but... "right is right" and "wrong is wrong." With that said, this book is terrible. Key points: 1. At first, it started off with improper terminology being used. I gave the author the benefit of the doubt and figured he was trying to appeal to beginners. I disagree with this entirely though... learn it right the first time! 2. This probably should be #1, but my next important point I need to bring to your a Hands down the worst book I have ever read. I hate to slam an independent author like this, but... "right is right" and "wrong is wrong." With that said, this book is terrible. Key points: 1. At first, it started off with improper terminology being used. I gave the author the benefit of the doubt and figured he was trying to appeal to beginners. I disagree with this entirely though... learn it right the first time! 2. This probably should be #1, but my next important point I need to bring to your attention is syntax errors. This is a huge deal for beginners and I guess from my point of view I was able to get some code review practice on how not to write code. Improper upper/lowercase character usage, typos, and random pipes out of nowhere throughout the book. Terrible, terrible, terrible for folks trying to learn and just getting started. 3. Images chopped and cut off. Are you kidding me? And portions of the images that are missing are very important things like while loops! On top of this carelessness, there are random spaces in front of sentences and on new paragraphs. It's as if no one, not even the author, proof read this book and they pushed out a rough draft. There is even the use of "one" instead of on within a sentence... I wondered if the author was writing this on an android device using auto correct at times while reading this book. 4. Seems like the author is English as a second language. Nothing wrong with that! Just be prepared for unusual sentences that create more confusion that anything. In conclusion, I highly advise against purchasing this book. First half the book is very basic concepts of ethical hacking/pen testing that can be easily researched for free online and contain far greater accuracy and content. The second half of this book is a poorly written C++ introduction with so many errors that it isn't worth your time or energy to invest in. Thank you for reading this review. I'll be sure to write a positive one for a book I've recently read, to create balance in the universe. Want an amazing hacking book? Go get a copy of Hacking: The Art of Exploitation, by Jon Erickson. You have been warned...

  13. 5 out of 5

    John Ramirez

    This book was very good for a beginner looking to get started with coding and someone interested in being an ethical hacker. IT really gives you a great reference point to start from and to decide which direction you want to go.

  14. 4 out of 5

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    Contacting [email protected] is one of the best decisions i ever made, been working with him for years now and he has never failed me once, contact him if you need help with anything even recovery, he helped a good friend of mine. You can trust him with everything

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