CyberWar

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The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom

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Updated with a new Afterword

“The revolution will be Twittered!” declared journalist Andrew Sullivan after protests erupted in Iran. But as journalist and social commentator Evgeny Morozov argues in The Net Delusion, the Internet is a tool that both revolutionaries and authoritarian governments can use. For all of the talk in the West about the power of the Internet to democratize societies, regimes in Iran and China are as stable and repressive as ever. Social media sites have been used there to entrench dictators and threaten dissidents, making it harder—not easier—to promote democracy.
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Cyber Nation: How Venture Capital and Startups are Protecting America from Cyber Criminals, Threats and Cyber Attacks

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"The Best Book on Cybersecurity and America's Top Startups!" What if you could prevent the next great cyber attack? What if you knew about the next World War – an epic battle against states, governments, companies and individuals? Who’s going to protect our networks and technology from cyber terrorists? This insider's guide to cybersecurity shows you how venture capital and startups are securing and protecting America from cyber criminals, cyber threats and the growing cyber attacks on small, medium and large Fortune 500 companies. Expert on cybersecurity startups, Ross Blankenship (http://rossblankenship.com) describes how to prevent the next big cyber attacks, with offensive and defensive weapons, from the nation's best cybersecurity companies.

In this book on cybersecurity, venture capital expert and investor, Ross Blankenship, shows you who's on the most wanted cyber criminal list, what methods cyber hackers are using to attack networks, where these cyber attacks have taken place (Anthem, Target, Sony, and the United States' Office of Personnel Management), when these attacks happened, and why we need to ensure our nation's cyber defenses are strong. Blankenship is an expert on cyber security, who has written frequently about the importance of building our nation’s cyber defenses.
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How to hack Wifi or a protected Wireless Network

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This book will provide you with exceptional information of how to hack into a wifi or a wireless network. It will show you, step by step, how to gain access to the passwords that are encrypted.
This book can also help you to expose the security leaks your own wireless network may have.
The book is full with the actual links to the programs you will be using when you will be doing your hacking.
Get started today with my book, it will not disappoint you.

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Netcat Power Tools

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Originally released in 1996, Netcat is a netowrking program designed to read and write data across both Transmission Control Protocol TCP and User Datagram Protocol (UDP) connections using the TCP/Internet Protocol (IP) protocol suite. Netcat is often referred to as a "Swiss Army knife" utility, and for good reason. Just like the multi-function usefullness of the venerable Swiss Army pocket knife, Netcat's functionality is helpful as both a standalone program and a backe-end tool in a wide range of applications. Some of the many uses of Netcat include port scanning, transferring files, grabbing banners, port listening and redirection, and more nefariously, a backdoor. This is the only book dedicated to comprehensive coverage of the tool's many features, and by the end of this book, you'll discover how Netcat can be one of the most valuable tools in your arsenal.

* Get Up and Running with Netcat Simple yet powerful…Don't let the trouble-free installation and the easy command line belie the fact that Netcat is indeed a potent and powerful program.
* Go PenTesting with Netcat Master Netcat's port scanning and service identification capabilities as well as obtaining Web server application information. Test and verify outbound firewall rules and avoid detection by using antivirus software and the Window Firewall. Also, create a backdoor using Netcat.
* Conduct Enumeration and Scanning with Netcat, Nmap, and More! Netcat's not the only game in town…Learn the process of network of enumeration and scanning, and see how Netcat along with other tools such as Nmap and Scanrand can be used to thoroughly identify all of the assets on your network.
* Banner Grabbing with Netcat Banner grabbing is a simple yet highly effective method of gathering information about a remote target, and can be performed with relative ease with the Netcat utility.
* Explore the Dark Side of Netcat See the various ways Netcat has been used to provide malicious, unauthorized access to their targets. By walking through these methods used to set up backdoor access and circumvent protection mechanisms through the use of Netcat, we can understand how malicious hackers obtain and maintain illegal access. Embrace the dark side of Netcat, so that you may do good deeds later.
* Transfer Files Using Netcat The flexability and simple operation allows Netcat to fill a niche when it comes to moving a file or files in a quick and easy fashion. Encryption is provided via several different avenues including integrated support on some of the more modern Netcat variants, tunneling via third-party tools, or operating system integrated IPsec policies.
* Troubleshoot Your Network with Netcat Examine remote systems using Netat's scanning ability. Test open ports to see if they really are active and see what protocls are on those ports. Communicate with different applications to determine what problems might exist, and gain insight into how to solve these problems.
* Sniff Traffic within a System Use Netcat as a sniffer within a system to collect incoming and outgoing data. Set up Netcat to listen at ports higher than 1023 (the well-known ports), so you can use Netcat even as a normal user.
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Google Hacking for Penetration Testers, Third Edition

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Google is the most popular search engine ever created, but Google’s search capabilities are so powerful, they sometimes discover content that no one ever intended to be publicly available on the Web, including social security numbers, credit card numbers, trade secrets, and federally classified documents. Google Hacking for Penetration Testers, Third Edition, shows you how security professionals and system administratord manipulate Google to find this sensitive information and "self-police" their own organizations.

You will learn how Google Maps and Google Earth provide pinpoint military accuracy, see how bad guys can manipulate Google to create super worms, and see how they can "mash up" Google with Facebook, LinkedIn, and more for passive reconnaissance.
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