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Whilst there are so many websites and blogs that host an array of eBooks, the majority are not dedicated to one particular field, hence may not suit their visitor's Interests In It's entirety.

We at securityebooks.com, are committed to provide an extensive range of eBooks In the security sector. Be It your mobile device, personal computer or antivirus/firewall software, we've got you covered.

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Prior to posting each eBook, we check for viruses and the like using 40 different scan engines, and only those that return zero detections, are uploaded and ready to download. We also briefly check the eBook's contents, to verify that It Is In fact what It claims to be.

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