Do you want to learn ethical hacking/penetration testing but not sure where to begin? Does the amount of information on the web make you feel overwhelmed and confused?
Or maybe you're looking to start a career as an ethical hacker and want to further your skills?
How about step-by-step, methodical, literally foolproof approaches to be just weeks away from becoming a hacking genius?
If so, you've found the right book!
In The Beginners Guide to Master the Art of Hacking in No Time that's exactly what you'll get.
In this book you will start as a beginner with no previous knowledge about penetration testing, ethical hacking, and basic security. The first thing you will learn is some basic information about ethical hacking and the different fields in penetration testing.
This book is focused on the practical side of penetration testing without neglecting the theory behind each attack.
Mastering the art of hacking doesn't have to be difficult!
The techniques in The Beginners Guide to Master the Art of Hacking in No Time have been tested and taught with unbelievable success by a variety of people from all walks of life. I've broken them down into simple to follow steps.
Best of all you don't have to practice for years to become an expert in ethical hacking and penetration testing. In fact, you can dramatically improve your skills in just a matter of days.
All you have to do is follow the simple steps.
Now, you're just minutes away from becoming a genius Hacker!
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- Ray Johnson
Hacking made easy
I am no computer expert, in fact, my skills seem to center on using MS paint, sending emails and occassionaly hitting Excel. Still, I love watching the movies and seeing those hacking people tear through firewalls and getting into unsecured sites. I saw this book and thought I'd like to see for myself just how dificult it is. I'm no expert, but in under an hours' worth of listening, I think that I could really begin to do some honest to God hacking.
Jackson details everything into easy to follow steps, and he is very clearly catering to newbies as it never felt like he was talking over my head. This is a fine way to introduce yourself into code breaking, skirting firewalls, and other awesome hacker fare.
Clinger does positively fine job narrating here. He is easy to follow, understand, and keeps the pacing on point. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.
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