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Hacking Secrets Exposed


Want to Learn Hacking... But Don't Know Where to Start..? If so, this book is specially designed for you. Hacking Secrets Exposed is an easy-to-follow, complete course on ethical hacking that takes readers right from the basics to some of the highly advanced concepts. The book starts with basic concepts like footprinting, scanning, network reconnaissance, OS fingerprinting etc. and advances to higher level concepts like password cracking, Windows hacking, network sniffing, wireless hacking, steganography, DoS, XSS, SQL injection, buffer overflow etc.


Most of the popular books that are currently available in the market are suitable only for those who have a considerable amount of background knowledge in the field.

Also, these books may dive too much into the theoretical part and use a lot technical jargon making it hard for beginners to follow and comprehend.

However, this eBook will take you through the concepts of computer hacking in a very simple and easy to follow manner so that even the readers with no prior knowledge of hacking should be able to easily understand the concept.

To start off, all you need is a little working knowledge of computers, operating system (Windows) and an Internet connection. Each topic in the book is presented in an extremely simple manner by including bullet points, illustrations and practical examples.

The following are some of the highlighting features of the book: Learn Hacking from the Basics. Extremely Easy to Follow. No Prior Knowledge of Hacking is Required.

Get Latest Hacking Techniques and Practical Examples. So, if you are a beginner with a little or no prior background of hacking but looking to take off, Hacking Secrets Exposed is for you!


File Type: PDF
File Size: 2.99 MB
Total Pages: 160

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