Gray Hat Hacking 5th Ed (McGraw Hill)
Monday, 11 April 2022

This fully updated book shows, step by step, how to fortify computer networks by learning and applying effective ethical hacking techniques. Based on curricula developed by Allen Harper, Ryan Linn et al at major security conferences and colleges, the book features planning and analysis methods as well as practical steps for identifying and combating both targeted and opportunistic attacks.

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The book explains the enemy’s devious weapons, skills, and tactics and offers field-tested remedies, case studies, and testing labs. Includes coverage of Internet of Things, mobile, and Cloud security along with penetration testing, malware analysis, and reverse engineering techniques. State-of-the-art malware, ransomware, and system exploits are thoroughly explained.

Author: Allen Harper, Ryan Linn et al
Publisher: McGraw Hill
Date: March 2022
Pages: 704
ISBN: 978-1264268948
Print: 1264268947
Kindle: B09KF36FML
Audience: General
Level: Intermediate
Category: Security

 

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The Joy of JavaScript (Manning)

Author: Luis Atencio
Publisher: Manning
Date: March 2021
Pages: 360
ISBN: 978-1617295867
Print: 1617295868
Audience: JavaScript developers
Rating: 4
Reviewer: Ian Elliot
Joy you say!



Python Machine Learning, 3rd Ed

Authors: Sebastian Raschka and Vahid Mirjalili
Publisher: Packt
Date: December 2019
Pages: 770
ISBN: 978-1789955750
Print: 1789955750
Kindle: B07VBLX2W7
Audience: Python devs interested in ML
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Mike James
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