In this tasteful book, you'll learn about The Deep Web, (also known as the Hidden Web, Invisible Web, Deepnet, Cloaked Web), the illegal section of the internet that is not easily accessible by the average person on the internet. Basically, it’s a tremendous, hidden world-wide web that consists of pirated material, contract killers, criminal groups, online hackers, illegal porn, and illegal purchases. Learn about the Secrets, Criminality, and Conspiracies surrounding the Deep Web.
If you've ever been responsible for a network, you know that sinking feeling: your pager has gone off at 2 a.m., the network is broken, and you can't figure out why by using a dial-in connection from home. You drive into the office, dig out your protocol analyzer, and spend the next fourhours trying to put things back together before the staff shows up for work.
When this happens, you often find yourself looking at the low-level guts of the Internet protocols: you're deciphering individual packets, trying to figure out what is (or isn't) happening. Until now, the only real guide to the protocols has been the Internet RFCs–and they're hardlywhat you want to be reading late at night when your network is down. There hasn't been a good book on the fundamentals of IP networking aimed at network administrators–until now.
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This book is a step-by-step guide on building a Raspberry Pi VPN Server using Open Source software under Windows 7 and Raspbian OS. As a fully plug-n-play device, you will be able to connect it into virtually any Internet router and it will auto-configure itself to that environment. There is no need for DDNS (Dynamic DNS) as the server will send you emails if/when its IP address changes, so you can make quick/easy changes to your local Client Certificates. For less than $60, you'll have your own VPN Server which you can monitor and maintain from almost anywhere without paying service fees or risk having your data recorded.
***NEW*** The rpi-vpn.zip file referenced in my book contains a link to a new supporting web site that includes a User Forum, and additional FAQs, Troubleshooting, Maintenance, and Errata pages not found in the book.
** Updated to Rev 2.0 on May 1, 2015 – Added WiFi setup instructions, Troubleshooting and FAQ Appendices, and corrections.
Cyberspace is widely acknowledged as a fundamental fact of daily life in today's world. Until recently, its political impact was thought to be a matter of low politics–background conditions and routine processes and decisions. Now, however, experts have begun to recognize its effect on high politics–national security, core institutions, and critical decision processes. In this book, Nazli Choucri investigates the implications of this new cyberpolitical reality for international relations theory, policy, and practice. The ubiquity, fluidity, and anonymity of cyberspace have already challenged such concepts as leverage and influence, national security and diplomacy, and borders and boundaries in the traditionally state-centric arena of international relations. Choucri grapples with fundamental questions of how we can take explicit account of cyberspace in the analysis of world politics and how we can integrate the traditional international system with its cyber venues.
After establishing the theoretical and empirical terrain, Choucri examines modes of cyber conflict and cyber cooperation in international relations; the potential for the gradual convergence of cyberspace and sustainability, in both substantive and policy terms; and the emergent synergy of cyberspace and international efforts toward sustainable development. Choucri's discussion is theoretically driven and empirically grounded, drawing on recent data and analyzing the dynamics of cyberpolitics at individual, state, international, and global levels.
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What if you could create a different password for every website you used and still remember those passwords? The Password Trick explains an easy-to-use formula for all your password needs. You’ll have strong passwords that are easy to remember and 99% of the time you’ll get in to the website on the first try!