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Hacking 101 - Your ultimate hacking guide!

So you want to be a hacker? You want to know how to get into a system and look like a genius while you spot system vulnerabilities. In this world, you can either be a good hacker or a bad hacker. Whichever that is totally depends on your choice. This audiobook teaches ethical hacking and guides anyone interested to an in-depth discussion about what hacking is all about. This book also provides the right hacking mindset that will turn you into a trustworthy hacker. You will learn how to classify various kinds of hackers, identify types of hacking attacks, how to hack an email password, and much more! You can check out further discussions including:

  • Common attacks and viruses
  • Spoofing techniques
  • Hacking tools
  • Mobile hacking
  • Penetration testing
  • Tips for ethical hacking
  • General tips of computer safety

We hope you put this book to good use. You can make hacking a hobby or a career. Happy hacking!

©2015 Andrew Mckinnon (P)2015 Andrew Mckinnon

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  • runinva
  • Falls Church, VA
  • 10-01-16

informative, but not the ultimate

Short and to the point, but was like a rock skipping across the surface of a very deep body of knowledge

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strong in the technical

Basic coverage on the topic but a good coverage. Not story driven. Tone is non expressional at times which can be taxing

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There is not a rating low enough for this book.

I am not sure you can call this anything but a joke. if it was not being distributed by an Amazon company I would more than a little concerned that the book was the hack. what absolute garbage. it was as if the author paid some really booting voice actor to read a dam dictionary.

I kept forwarding through the book to find the punch line. The joke never came and the book was about as useful as it was funny. There you have it a few hours of your life you will never get back. Do not buy this book.

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good information

The information was good. wanted to more in depth info. I liked it over all.

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  • MJ
  • 10-25-16

Keep looking for another title…

This thing reads like a book report for school; there's a lot of talk but you really don't learn too much.