|Black Hat Python, 2nd Ed (No Starch)|
|Wednesday, 05 May 2021|
Subtitled "Python Programming for Hackers and Pentesters", this second edition has been fully updated for Python 3. Justin Seitz and Tim Arnold explore the stealthier side of programming, everything from writing network sniffers, stealing email credentials, and bruteforcing directories to crafting mutation fuzzers, investigating virtual machines, and creating stealthy trojans. The new edition adds coverage of bit shifting, code hygiene, and offensive forensics with the Volatility Framework as well as expanded explanations of the Python libraries ctypes, struct, lxml, and BeautifulSoup, and offensive hacking strategies like splitting bytes, leveraging computer vision libraries, and scraping websites.
Author: Justin Seitz and Tim Arnold
See our reviews of the previous edition of this book and of Gray Hat Python: Python Programming for Hackers and Reverse Engineers by Justin Seitz.
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