CyberWar

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Learning Android Forensics

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A hands-on guide to Android forensics, from setting up the forensic workstation to analyzing key forensic artifacts

About This BookA professional, step-by-step approach to forensic analysis complete with key strategies and techniquesAnalyze the most popular Android applications using free and open source toolsLearn forensically-sound core data extraction and recovery techniques
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Wireshark Network Analysis: The Official Certified Network Analyst Guide

Wireshark Network Analysis: The Official Wireshark Certified Network Analyst Study GuideWireshark is rated #2 in the Top 100 Network Security Tools by sectools.org. Wireshark is the world’s most popular network analyzer tool. This book is the ultimate resource on Wireshark which is a MUST HAVE tool used by network IT professionals to troubleshoot, secure and optimize networks. Readers learn to capture wired and wireless traffic, focus on the cause of slow web browsing, identify why applications don’t run properly across the network, locate the cause of poor VoIP call quality, determine why WLANs are plagued with problems and more. The author, Laura Chappell is the founder of Wireshark University and Chappell University and has been analyzing networks for over 20 years – the book is written in a clear manner with hundreds of screenshots for the visual learner. The foreword was written by Gerald Combs, creator of Wireshark. Wireshark Network Analysis covers the test objectives for the Wireshark Certified Network Analyst Exam and includes test questions and answers for all topics covered. Filled with 45 real-life case studies, Wireshark Network Analysis takes you inside small, medium and large corporations to see how they solved network problems in a more efficient, accurate way using Wireshark. Book supplements are available online at www.wiresharkbook.com.

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Access Denied!: Your Digital Estate: Why Passwords Are Now Just As Important As Your Will

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Do you know what happens to your online life when you die? Would your survivors know how locate and access your digital assets? Access Denied explain the rules and laws governing your online life – and how these rules change the way you plan for death and your executor administers your estate. The digital asset toolkit is a 9-step plan you ca use to get prepared for e-death. The smart planner makes it easy to document your online accounts and choose a disposition wish that matches the terms of service of your email and social media accounts.

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Hacktivism and Cyberwars: Rebels with a Cause?

Hacktivism and Cyberwars: Rebels with a Cause?This detailed history of hacktivism’s evolution from early hacking culture to its present day status as the radical face of online politics describes the ways in which hacktivism has re-appropriated hacking techniques to create an innovative new form of political protest. The full social and historical context of Hacktivism is portrayed to take into account its position in terms of new social movements, direct action, and its contribution to the anti-globalization debate.






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Lords of Secrecy: The National Security Elite and America’s Stealth Warfare

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Forty years ago, a majority of Americans were highly engaged in issues of war and peace. Whether to go to war or keep out of conflicts was a vital question at the heart of the country’s vibrant, if fractious, democracy. But American political consciousness has drifted. In the last decade, America has gone to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, while pursuing a new kind of warfare in Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and Pakistan. National security issues have increasingly faded from the political agenda, due in part to the growth of government secrecy.

In lucid and chilling detail, journalist and lawyer Scott Horton shows how secrecy has changed the way America functions. Executive decisions about war and peace are increasingly made by autonomous, self-directing, and unaccountable national security elites. Secrecy is justified as part of a bargain under which the state promises to keep the people safe from its enemies, but in fact allows excesses, mistakes, and crimes to go unchecked. Bureaucracies use secrets to conceal their mistakes and advance their power in government, invariable at the expense of the rights of the people. Never before have the American people had so little information concerning the wars waged in their name, nor has Congress exercised so little oversight over the war effort. American democracy is in deep trouble.
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