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The Hacker Diaries: Confessions of Teenage Hackers
Could teenage hacking be the cyber-equivalent of school violence? This text explores that question and other social issues that may be contributing to the growth of teenage hacking.
Hardcover, 219 pages
Published January 1st 2002 by McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media
(first published December 31st 2001)
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Sep 03, 2015 Joe White rated it liked it · review of another edition
Historical only for limited number of hackers. "(Highlights Reel") No technical info - only blurb names of techniques and tools. Somewhat repetitious wording. Almost boring except for the overly eager method of detailing personalities and skills development.
It may be still up-to-date when it comes to hackers mentality, but it's for sure very old when it comes to technical part. I would treat it as some kind of historical book for people interested in hackers/crackers/geeks "subculture" if I may call it like that, and how it was in the beginning.