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Product Description: The information given in this underground handbook will put you into a hacker's mindset and teach you all of the hacker's secret ways. The Hacker's Underground Handbook is for the people out there that wish to get into the the amazing field of hacking. It introduces you to many topics like programming, Linux, password cracking, network hacking, Windows Product Description: The information given in this underground handbook will put you into a hacker's mindset and teach you all of the hacker's secret ways. The Hacker's Underground Handbook is for the people out there that wish to get into the the amazing field of hacking. It introduces you to many topics like programming, Linux, password cracking, network hacking, Windows hacking, wireless hacking, web hacking and malware. Each topic is introduced with an easy to follow, real-world example. The book is written in simple language and assumes the reader is a complete beginner.


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Product Description: The information given in this underground handbook will put you into a hacker's mindset and teach you all of the hacker's secret ways. The Hacker's Underground Handbook is for the people out there that wish to get into the the amazing field of hacking. It introduces you to many topics like programming, Linux, password cracking, network hacking, Windows Product Description: The information given in this underground handbook will put you into a hacker's mindset and teach you all of the hacker's secret ways. The Hacker's Underground Handbook is for the people out there that wish to get into the the amazing field of hacking. It introduces you to many topics like programming, Linux, password cracking, network hacking, Windows hacking, wireless hacking, web hacking and malware. Each topic is introduced with an easy to follow, real-world example. The book is written in simple language and assumes the reader is a complete beginner.

30 review for The Hacker's Underground Handbook: Learn How to Hack and What It Takes to Crack Even the Most Secure Systems!

  1. 4 out of 5

    David Glad

    Picked this off a shelf and skimmed through the pages, and, really, it does seem like a lot of fluff. Although this book is officially meant (famous last words, people) only for educational purposes and not to try this on any systems you have not been given permission to try to gain unauthorized access to (fun to word it that way for the absurdity of it), I would imagine there are wannabes in the book's target group. (I suppose at some point in my teenage years when I really did not know jack, I Picked this off a shelf and skimmed through the pages, and, really, it does seem like a lot of fluff. Although this book is officially meant (famous last words, people) only for educational purposes and not to try this on any systems you have not been given permission to try to gain unauthorized access to (fun to word it that way for the absurdity of it), I would imagine there are wannabes in the book's target group. (I suppose at some point in my teenage years when I really did not know jack, I would have been tempted too.... guess it's a good thing I didn't grow up when portable computing hardware/devices were rather dirt cheap, wireless networks were so abundant, and I haven't lived in a densely packed city for over a decade and a half where it would be quite easy to fool around and disappear..) As for my own knowledge, christening into the realm of computer security was about a decade ago when reading an issue of Linux Journal (magazine's target audience leans more toward the developer/sysadmin side) where it talked about means of protecting yourself and the nature of the game. (If you are a security profession, you really have to be paranoid and get it right all of the time, whereas an attacker merely has to get lucky. As for a quick breakdown of what security is, it is a question of visibility -- perhaps a sloppy network administrator made it possible for users on the Internet, rather than just the "local" computer network, to try to access the database of the server hosting the company website -- and vulnerability: If you are running a server accessible from the Internet, you better install those security updates.) For those latter points, this book touches on it and mentions information you can really find on Wikipedia (they have detailed information on all the software mentioned) and "knowledge" that has been floating around text files around the web likely for 10+ years by now. Always interesting the recommendation to install Linux or a UNIX operating system. (Coincidentally, this is a huge source of fluff in the book as they take many many pages -- and pictures! -- to explain both how to install it on a computer -- changing your computer's boot order settings and another if you run it through a virtual machine like VMWare or Oracle's VirtualBox.) If you are a computer science student or interested in IT, it really is an excellent opportunity to learn how software works. Also, as the book notes, is a great way to learn about computer security. Seems funny the book does not mention Kali Linux, which is currently the preeminent Linux distribution for security testing. (Does however mention its predecessor Backtrack. As time goes by, the best options will probably be easily found by merely reading up on Wikipedia rather than even necessarily needing to go to sites specially in security.) Funny the book seems to endorse what is probably the most popular desktop Linux (Ubuntu) even if it is likely among the most versatile for the software available for it. Not mentioned in the book, but one of those absolute "MUST-HAVE" administrative programs on the Windows side of things is "PuTTY" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PuTTY) which allows you to open a console/shell to log into your computer running UNIX or Linux, as most such systems come with an OpenSSH installed and presumably running. With those lines about Linux now mentioned, great time to move on to the book's next flaw of how it suggests using some site or another to look up a website's ip address and similar content. Anyone who knows basic UNIX commands knows there is the "host" command (type url after) to see what their ip address is and "whois" to find who a domain belongs to. (100% legit reasons too for using those commands, such as diagnostic on if you are having trouble with your connection and, in case of whois, seeing when a domain name is set to expire.. seems pretty newbie though to have to go to a site to look it up if you can do it on a UNIX/Linux command.) Gets comical when it suggests you "ping" a target to see if they are online. (Plenty of routers and I would imagine real server operating systems ignore such requests, letting them "time out" which would make them appear to be offline.) Other making this sound like a For Dummies book is that on the wireless section, it talks about bar strength as indicating how strong a wireless signal is.. Anyone who uses a computer for any length of time could have figured that out. So long story short, I know this is intended merely as a starting point, but (luckily for the rest of us) you would likely only end up in prison if you try to do anything for illegal purposes. Worthwhile advice on value of learning to program, rather than try be a "script kiddie," and there is plenty of hope that anyone who invests the time to really learn how to program would probably put it to productive use rather than ending up a prison b---- :D

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    I'm just starting some research on the subject and had absolutely no knowledge of beforehand. I don't feel like any version of an expert now, but I have an idea of what's goin on and where to go from here to expand my knowledge. As I do more to expand my knowledge I may have to alter this 3 star score up or down, but who knows? I'm just starting some research on the subject and had absolutely no knowledge of beforehand. I don't feel like any version of an expert now, but I have an idea of what's goin on and where to go from here to expand my knowledge. As I do more to expand my knowledge I may have to alter this 3 star score up or down, but who knows?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kari

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  4. 4 out of 5

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  5. 5 out of 5

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  6. 5 out of 5

    Greyfang

    This is a decent introduction to various hacking methods, some of which are still viable, some are outdated.

  7. 4 out of 5

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  8. 5 out of 5

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    Disclosure: I got this book in a purchase in Amazon, since most of people that it was useful for learning to be a hacker, but the fact was somehow elementary. I have an eBook of the same version above. Overview: The book is a technical result of all the past hacking attacks, first they tell you that by reading this book you may have a job a white hacker or as a security protector, But I don't see such a thing. as the message goes, you may find chapters speaking of Linux and Ubuntu as the main oper Disclosure: I got this book in a purchase in Amazon, since most of people that it was useful for learning to be a hacker, but the fact was somehow elementary. I have an eBook of the same version above. Overview: The book is a technical result of all the past hacking attacks, first they tell you that by reading this book you may have a job a white hacker or as a security protector, But I don't see such a thing. as the message goes, you may find chapters speaking of Linux and Ubuntu as the main operation systems to start the hacking process, and after you will begin to have an idea about password hacking and so on and so forth. so each operation of hacking is divided to a certain chapter, that's how things works. Positive and Negative Aspects: The main positive aspects would be go as the following, first the book gave me a notion on how Hackers did their malicious deeds, besides it tells to never trust any message that contains request of bank codes or account information, however, I had a knowledge on how to protect myself during a sudden attack of some virus against my operating system but anyway I have never implement any sort of techniques used in the book. I just stick on my knowledge to this sort of new science. Speaking of Negatives, I would say that it is a shame to deceive the reader for the ability to have a job offer as a white hacker, because this offend me so often, I read the book with enthusiasm but I didn't get the pay off that they promise in the introduction. My Personal Reaction: I admit having no prior knowledge of how the hacking goes but due the help that the book gave me, I was feeling somehow like a professional for being so. I enjoy the techniques used in the book, the sort of the explanations and the images that goes as proofs for showing the reader what to do, In fact the book consider the reader as a complete beginner so the steps of knowledge goes smoothly and coherent. Recommendations: To those who want to improve their knowledge, I recommend this book to all the folks who want to know how hacking goes, and to those who want to improve their security systems, In addition I would recommend this book to people who want to help and protect not people who want to destroy and be so negative.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Adam Smith

    A quick and simple study course on the basics of computer hacking. It's interesting to see the techniques and tactics used by hackers, but without implementing the exercises covered in this course it's easy to get bogged down in technical jargon. I didn't have the time or know how to complete the exercise, so I just read the book as is. I doubt I'd ever manage to pull off the techniques described, but it's still interesting to know. A quick and simple study course on the basics of computer hacking. It's interesting to see the techniques and tactics used by hackers, but without implementing the exercises covered in this course it's easy to get bogged down in technical jargon. I didn't have the time or know how to complete the exercise, so I just read the book as is. I doubt I'd ever manage to pull off the techniques described, but it's still interesting to know.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joredos

    Exclusively fundamental stuff without any deep explanations.Just for users which are inspired by hackers.90% from the book is explained in many TV shows.Not for advanced users,but probably would be interesting for school report.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rupinder

    It was informative, considering i had no prior knowledge of hacking. I didnt download any of the software mentioned, but i did take note of the counter-measures. There were some terms and programming languages that i knew about, but it was informative enough to refresh my memory.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Waffle's Crazy Peanut

    A precise way of introducing hacking to someone. (Kid's stuff...) Recommended for newbies who're interested in possible ways of intruding a system (strange title, which does attract the crowd) A precise way of introducing hacking to someone. (Kid's stuff...) Recommended for newbies who're interested in possible ways of intruding a system (strange title, which does attract the crowd)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Abdalmalek ALsbr

  14. 5 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

    Wai Phyo

  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 4 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  23. 5 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

    Dominic Cooper

  26. 4 out of 5

    Aminur Rashyid

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    Madhur Mittal

  28. 5 out of 5

    Shubhang Tripathi

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    Lord

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    Zeeshan Farhat

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