Hacking: Tips and Tricks to Learn Hacking quickly and efficiently( Penetration Testing, Basic Security, Wireless Hacking, Ethical Hacking, Programming Book-2)
Detailed Hacking Guide to Put You Well Past the Beginners Level!
Do you want to learn how to hack? Look no further than Hacking: Tips and Tricks to Learn Hacking Quickly and Efficiently. There are a lot of books out there on the market that will tell you that they’re the ultimate guide to learning how to hack, but what they actually turn out to be are hand-holding guides that teach you nothing practical about the art itself. By the end, you know how to do a few really esoteric procedures, but are left knowing little about the how or why.
This one’s different. By teaching you the broader concepts related to hacking, you’re left with a deeper understanding of how a hacker thinks and how you need to think in order to be one. Instead of holding your hand all the way through a book that goes on too long about nothing, we teach you core concepts and encourage you to experiment and try things for yourself. After all, it’s an undisputed fact that one of the best ways to learn is by doing and learning on your own. However, the world of hacking is way too big to be completely on your own. We aim to help you learn -- not by shackling you to some extremely specific methods that will be obsolete in 6 months, but by teaching you the real concepts below all of it and giving you the tools and means to keep up to date with hacking.
There are a lot of books out there on the market about this topic, but it’s incredibly difficult to beat this one. Hacking: Tips and Tricks to Learn Hacking Quickly and Efficiently doesn’t lie to you for a second. We’re going to give you the best tips and tricks to help you learn to hack quickly and efficiently.
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It's okay but I am a older person and understand only some of it.
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