Hacking For Dummies
It's bad enough when a hack occurs-stealing identities, bankaccounts, and personal information. But when the hack could havebeen prevented by taking basic security measures-like the onesdescribed in this book-somehow that makes a bad situation evenworse. This beginner guide to hacking examines some of the bestsecurity measures that exist and has been updated to cover thelatest hacks for Windows 7 and the newest version of Linux.
Offering increased coverage of Web application hacks, databasehacks, VoIP hacks, and mobile computing hacks, this guide addressesa wide range of vulnerabilities and how to identify and preventthem. Plus, you'll examine why ethical hacking is oftentimes theonly way to find security flaws, which can then prevent any futuremalicious attacks.
- Explores the malicious hackers's mindset so that you cancounteract or avoid attacks completely
- Covers developing strategies for reporting vulnerabilities,managing security changes, and putting anti-hacking policies andprocedures in place
- Completely updated to examine the latest hacks to Windows 7 andthe newest version of Linux
- Explains ethical hacking and why it is essential
Hacking For Dummies, 3rd Edition shows you how to put allthe necessary security measures in place so that you avoid becominga victim of malicious hacking.
Title: Hacking For Dummies
Author: Kevin Beaver
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