Nearly every day we hear news that customer data has been compromised or new bugs have been discovered, leaving it open to the risk of falling into the wrong hands. Cyber security is more essential today than ever, not just in the workplace but at home too. This book covers the various types of cyber threat and explains what you can do to mitigate these risks and keep your data secure.
This manual is what you need to become Anonymous Online in the next two hours… and I mean really Anonymous!
*Learn why Bitcoins are NOT Anonymous!*
"From a MicroSD card, I can boot my computer at home, work or wherever without logging in, revealing my location, leaving data behind or displaying my activity for monitoring. I can access virtually anything from anywhere, Anonymously, then stick the SD card back in my phone and go."
Other books tell you to encrypt your hard drive and install anonymity software… that just looks suspicious. I don't know about you, but I want to keep my need for Anonymity a secret.
I will show you how to:
• Browse the Internet Anonymously
• Use someone else’s computer without them knowing
• Circumvent Windows without altering anything on the system
• Make an email account that actually is anonymous (you’ve probably never heard of this)
• Use PGP Encryption the right way (I make this simple)
• Taunt Kim Jung-Un
I will show you why Bitcoin is NOT Anonymous and how that is about to change.
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This is not a book about information security. Certainly not about IT. This is a book about hacking: specifically, how to infiltrate a company’s network, locate their most critical data, and make off with it without triggering whatever shiny new security tool the company wasted their budget on. Whether you are a wannabe ethical hacker or just an enthusiast frustrated by outdated books and false media reports, this book is definitely for you. We will set up a fake – but realistic enough – target and go in detail over the main steps to 0wn the company: building phishing malware, finding vulnerabilities, rooting Windows domains, p0wning a mainframe, etc.
Featuring complete details on an unparalleled number of hacking exploits, this bestselling computer security book is fully updated to cover the latest attack types—and how to proactively defend against them.
Anti-Hacker Toolkit, Fourth Edition is an essential aspect of any security professional's anti-hacking arsenal. It helps you to successfully troubleshoot the newest, toughest hacks yet seen. The book is grounded in real-world methodologies, technical rigor, and reflects the author's in-the-trenches experience in making computer technology usage and deployments safer and more secure for both businesses and consumers. The new edition covers all-new attacks and countermeasures for advanced persistent threats (APTs), infrastructure hacks, industrial automation and embedded devices, wireless security, the new SCADA protocol hacks, malware, web app security, social engineering, forensics tools, and more.
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"The Beginner’s Guide to Information Security" offers insight and resources to help readers embark on a career in one of the 21st century’s most important—and potentially lucrative—fields. Maybe you want to move into information security from IT, say, from a developer or system administrator role. Or maybe you just graduated with your bachelor’s or master’s degree. Whatever your education or prior experience, this book can offer you a great start, with advice from real people who are working in the InfoSec field.
It starts off with some chapters that cover ways to learn about information security, maybe pick up a certification or two, find out about job opportunities, and then, hopefully, snag a job. "The Beginner’s Guide" also delves deeper into InfoSec topics, helping readers master key skills like knowing how to protect a network, respond to a security incident, and educate users so they’re part of the security solution—not the problem. The final chapters focus on “big picture” issues such as women in security, and where InfoSec may be heading in the future.
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