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The “Hacking Linux exposed” is an informative book that pulls you into a hacker’s mind. Brian Hatch, James B. Lee and George Kurtz are the authors of this book. Brian Hatch is Chief Hacker at Onsight, Inc. Where he is a Unix/Linux and network security consultant. His clients have ranged from major banks, pharmaceutical companies and educational institutions to major California web browser developers and dot-coms have not failed. Linux is the best-known and most-used open source operating system. Linux is a software that sits underneath all of the other software. The authors don’t waste time on security theories, or explaining what Linux is. They know the reader is already familiar with these, and wants to know, in concrete terms, how a hacker sees your server, and will systematically breach its security until they get root access.
The authors waste no time in revealing the tools of the trade, and the security-conscious would do well to read this book from cover to cover. It is not enough to just apply patches, and turn off unnecessary services. It doesn’t bore you with all the elementary stuff that you can find in many other books. It gets right into the heart of the subject of each chapter at a reasonable depth so that you feel you have learned something without getting lost. All in all, Hacking Linux exposed is a must-read book for the networking students.
Details About Hacking Linux exposed by Brian Hatch PDF
- Name: Hacking Linux exposed
- Author: Brian Hatch, James B. Lee and George Kurtz
- ISBN: 0072127732
- Language: English
- Genre: Computer Hacking, Unix Operating System, Linux Operating System
- Format: PDF
- Size: 96 MB
- Page: 600
- Price: Free
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