Linux Basics For Hackers (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
248
Utgivningsdatum
2018-12-04
Förlag
No Starch Press,US
Dimensioner
234 x 178 x 20 mm
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499 g
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1
ISBN
9781593278557
Linux Basics For Hackers (häftad)

Linux Basics For Hackers

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Many aspiring hackers are unfamiliar with Linux, having learned computer basics in a Windows or Mac environment. This can pose the single most important obstacle to mastering the skills to becoming a better hacker; while hacking can be done with Windows or OS X, nearly all hacking tools are developed specifically for Linux. Linux Basics for Hackers aims to provide you with a foundation of Linux skills that every hacker needs. As you progress, you'll have access to numerous real-world examples and hands-on exercises to apply your new knowledge and bring yourself up to speed.
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    Roger Bergling, 18 mars 2019

    Kan starkt rekommendera denna bok, även för nybörjare. Det börjar från början i kunskapsnivå men går även på djupen om kernel moduler och bash script!

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"The information provided can help even a general user to get more comfortable with the Linux operating system without feeling overwhelmed by more complex, security-related topics and usage. While we could all benefit from more attention to security, Linux Basics for Hackers just might inspire the next crop of budding techies into the security rock stars of tomorrow." -Tim Everson, The Ethical Hacker Network "If you're just getting started or working your way to expert level, getting a copy of this book might be one of the best things you can do to develop your cybersecurity skills." -Sandra Henry-Stocker, Network World "Linux Basics for Hackers is immediately practical. Its quick and dirty approach to exploring and using a Linux system was welcome." -Jesse Smith, DistroWatch Weekly "If you are starting out in Computer Science and want to get up to speed quickly on Linux and Unix like operating systems, working through this book will put you well ahead of your fellow students, and quickly." -Greg Laden, Greg Laden's Blog "A great guide for those who are not familiar with Linux as well as those who are proficient." -Davin Jackson, Alpha Cyber Security, Books to Start Your Penetration Testing Journey "Linux Basics for Hackers is the best book for Jr. penetration testers and newbies who want to learn InfoSec. Though aimed at hacking, it's the best general intro to Linux I've read. Gives a great overview of Linux basics and useful terminal commands." -@hackerb0t "For an absolute beginner . . . this is a must read book. It breaks concepts down so simply . . . this book flies by and builds a foundation of knowledge for you to continue building on." -Matthew Hacks "A great intro to so many different parts of the Linux OS." -Michael Kaplan, Amazon Reviewer "Extremely well written, covers a broad variety of information and does a great job covering the basics." -The Security Noob "I highly recommend this book for anyone starting their cybersec journey." -Steve[INIT]

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OccupyTheWeb is an infosec consultant, forensic investigator, and trainer with more than 20 years in the industry. He maintains the Hackers-Arise training site (https://www.hackers-arise.com/) and trains US military personnel, Department of Defense contractors, and federal employees in information security and hacking.