Description - Black Hat by John Biggs
General Internet use is all the experienced required. This is a fun, gossipy read about Black Hats - aka hackers.This is not an alarmist book. It will take a balanced look at the hacking cases that made the news in the past few years and the people behind them as well as the legislation currently in process regarding hacking, reverse-engineering, cracking, and spam. This is not the Anarchist Cookbook of the tech world-it doesn 't tell how to hack, it just relates the stories of those who have.This book has will attract an educated, technology-savvy audience, someone who doesn't want to slog through a thousand dry pages on computer security but would enjoy a wide survey of the modern threats we all face in the techno jungle.
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(235mm x 178mm x mm)
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Author Biography - John Biggs
John Biggs is senior editor at Gizmodo.com, the gadgets weblog with 200,000 unique visitors per day, as well as editor of MacMiniGear.com, a popular Mac Mini site. He has written for Linux Journal and the New York Times on open source and security. John has worked for over 10 years in the IT industry and recently completed a master's degree in business and economic reporting at New York University.