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Hacking For Dummies by Kevin Beaver
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Sep 13, 2008

it was amazing
Recommended for: Computer people everywhere
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This book covers the basics (and non-basics) of computer interferance and safety. With every thing from password cracking to network prompts and telnet, this book is a must go for computer geeks everywhere. It not only shows how hackers do what they do, it also shows how to defend against it in every manner possible. Also, unlike most hacking books, has tips for people without the web! Jam-Packed with info that is essential to anyone who wants to love computers, this is a no brainer choice!
I personally tend to not like the dummies series, due to lack of detail. BUT this book is the exception. Yes you should have some computer background information before learning the ways of the web, but this book is almost all basic. It covers everything, and all the chapters are divided up in an understandable fashion. When it comes to computer books, this book is off the charts!
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