| by Berislav Kucan - Friday, 8 March 2013.
| by Mirko Zorz - Monday, 4 March 2013.
We live in a digital age where it's become normal to see people post photos of their credit cards online, parents share on Facebook images of their newborns right from the delivery room, and offenders bragging about their crimes by posting videos on YouTube.
Not everybody is so extreme, but the fact that a great number of social networking users keep over-sharing personal information points to a global privacy problem that's can't be easily solved. Wide Open Privacy aims to inform the reader and arm him with a plan for getting a grip on privacy.
| by Zeljka Zorz - Thursday, 21 February 2013.
As more and more information becomes available and is stored in electronic form, the logical consequence is that APT actors will focus on breaching networks and systems on which it can be found. The goal of these attacks is simple, but the techniques the attackers use and the speed and determination with which they come up with new ones are enough to demoralize many infosec experts. This book aims to change their prospective and the rules by which the defense is playing.
| by Mirko Zorz - Thursday, 14 February 2013.
When Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer launched Windows 8, he dubbed it a re-imagined operating system. When you introduce so many new features and a different UI, you're going to have a lot of people that will need to adjust. This is where a book like Windows 8 Inside Out comes in handy.
| by Zeljka Zorz - Wednesday, 6 February 2013.
Reconnaissance should always be the first stage of a cyber attack or penetration test, and the success of these attempts is usually closely tied with the quality of information gathered during this phase. This book gives insight into the information that can be gathered from radio traffic between a number of wireless devices used by the target, and how that information can come in handy.
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