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Russian Script Hacking

Author : Judith Meyer
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Using a unique, tried and tested algorithm, this book teaches you how to quickly and efficiently recognize letters and common words in Russian script. Whether you're traveling and want to understand the words around you, or preparing to learn Russian and want to master the basics, this is the book for you. In this book you will find: An introduction to Russian script Plenty of practice activities to help you recognize and write each letter of the alphabet #ScriptHacks including helpful mnemonics to make you remember the shape of each letter Accompanying audio files so you know how to pronounce letters and words Handy tips to help you decipher common and familiar words

Russian Script Hacking

Author : Judith Meyer
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Using a unique, tried and tested algorithm, this book teaches you how to quickly and efficiently recognise letters and common words in Russian script. Whether you're travelling and want to understand the words around you, or preparing to learn Russian and want to master the basics, this is the book for you. In this book you will find: · An introduction to Russian script · Plenty of practice activities to help you recognise each letter of the alphabet · Helpful mnemonics to make you remember the shape of each letter · Accompanying audio files so you know how to pronounce letters and words · Handy tips to help you decipher common and familiar words The audio for this course can be downloaded from the Teach Yourself Library app or streamed at Rely on Teach Yourself, trusted by language learners for over 75 years.

Hindi Script Hacking

Author : Judith Meyer
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Using a unique, tried and tested algorithm, this book teaches you how to quickly and efficiently recognise letters and common words in Hindi (Devanagari) script. Whether you're travelling and want to understand the words around you, or preparing to learn Hindi and want to master the basics, this is the book for you. In this book you will find: · An introduction to Hindi (Devanagari) script · Plenty of practice activities to help you recognise each letter of the alphabet · Helpful mnemonics to make you remember the shape of each letter · Accompanying audio files so you know how to pronounce letters and words · Handy tips to help you decipher common and familiar words The audio for this course can be downloaded from the Teach Yourself Library app or streamed at Rely on Teach Yourself, trusted by language learners for 80 years.

Hacking For Beginners

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Business Information Systems

Author : Paul Bocij
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Guides students through choosing, developing and managing information systems to achieve business aims. In modern business, good development and management of business information systems are central to the success or failure of the organisation. Starting from first principles, this book provides you with the knowledge needed to understand: the technology of business information systems, the development of efficient and reliable business information systems, the strategic use of information systems for effective management and competitive advantage. This third edition has completely updated coverage of contemporary topics like security, knowledge management and new technologies and continues to develop the practical skills that students need for problem solving and designing systems in the real world.Frequent business examples, case studies and web-links bring the subject alive and there are a wealth of questions, exercises and further reading both in the book and online at which help students to check their understanding, complete assignments and prepare for exams. Business Information Systems is ideal for students taking a course in Business or Management Information Systems, Business Information Technology or Computer Science."Linking technology and management has never been easier. This is a great book, containing almost everything a business student should know about Information Systems." - Dr. R.H.J. Ronken, Department of Accounting and Information Management, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Maastricht University About the authors:Paul Bocij has developed teaching materials for colleges and universities around the World and as a consultant he regularly advises a number of major organisations on IS issues, including design, development, security and training. He is an active researcher and the author of over twenty books.Dr Dave Chaffey has 15 years experience of developing information management solutions in industry and education. Dave is visiting lecturer at the Universities of Cranfield, Leeds and Warwick.Andrew Greasley lectures in Information Systems, Operations Management and Simulation Modelling at Aston Business School, Aston University.Simon Hickie lectures in Business Information Systems in the University of Derby's Derbyshire Business School. He is also a Senior Academic Counsellor and Head of Operations for the second year of the University's Combined Subject Programme.

Hacking Work

Author : Bill Jensen
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Why work harder than you have to? One manager kept his senior execs happy by secretly hacking into the company's database to give them the reports they needed in one third of the time. Hacking is a powerful solution to every stupid procedure, tool, rule, and process we are forced to endure at the office. Benevolent hackers are saving business from itself. It would be so much easier to do great work if not for lingering bureaucracies, outdated technologies, and deeply irrational rules and procedures. These things are killing us. Frustrating? Hell, yes. But take heart-there's an army of heroes coming to the rescue. Today's top performers are taking matters into their own hands: bypassing sacred structures, using forbidden tools, and ignoring silly corporate edicts. In other words, they are hacking work to increase their efficiency and job satisfaction. Consultant Bill Jensen teamed up with hacker Josh Klein to expose the cheat codes that enable people to work smarter instead of harder. Once employees learn how to hack their work, they accomplish more in less time. They cut through red tape and circumvent stupid rules. For instance, Elizabeth's bosses wouldn't sign off on her plan to improve customer service. So she made videotapes of customers complaining about what needed fixing and posted them on YouTube. Within days, public outcry forced senior management to reverse its decision. Hacking Work reveals powerful technological and social hacks and shows readers how to apply them to sidestep bureaucratic boundaries and busywork. It's about making the system work for you, not the other way around, so you can take control of your workload, increase your productivity, and help your company succeed-in spite of itself.


Author : Will Gragido
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Blackhatonomics explains the basic economic truths of the underworld of hacking, and why people around the world devote tremendous resources to developing and implementing malware. The book provides an economic view of the evolving business of cybercrime, showing the methods and motivations behind organized cybercrime attacks, and the changing tendencies towards cyber-warfare. Written by an exceptional author team of Will Gragido, Daniel J Molina, John Pirc and Nick Selby, Blackhatonomics takes practical academic principles and backs them up with use cases and extensive interviews, placing you right into the mindset of the cyber criminal. Historical perspectives of the development of malware as it evolved into a viable economic endeavour Country specific cyber-crime analysis of the United States, China, and Russia, as well as an analysis of the impact of Globalization on cyber-crime Presents the behind the scenes methods used to successfully execute financially motivated attacks in a globalized cybercrime economy Provides unique insights, analysis, and useful tools for justifying corporate information security budgets Provides multiple points of view, from pure research, to corporate, to academic, to law enforcement Includes real world cybercrime case studies and profiles of high-profile cybercriminals

How Hackers Steal Wi Fi Passwords and How to Stop Them

Author : Robert Pemberton
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Each day, over one million Wi-Fi passwords around the world are stolen by hackers. They can then break in to your computer network and gain access to your assets such as your data, documents, systems, software, money and even your identity. This book explains how they do it, but it also gives you the knowledge and tools to prevent hackers from breaking into your system in the first place. Armed with the knowledge in this book, you can take steps to minimize or prevent unwanted access by hackers and other perpetrators. A handy reference to terminology and tools is also included at the end of this book along with an extra section on preventing identity theft.

Connecting with Computer Science

Author : Greg Anderson
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Written for the beginning computing student, this text engages readers by relating core computer science topics to their industry application. The book is written in a comfortable, informal manner, and light humor is used throughout the text to maintain interest and enhance learning. All chapters contain a multitude of exercises, quizzes, and other opportunities for skill application. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Hacking The art Of Exploitation

Author : J. Erickson
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This text introduces the spirit and theory of hacking as well as the science behind it all; it also provides some core techniques and tricks of hacking so you can think like a hacker, write your own hacks or thwart potential system attacks.

Computer Hacking System

Author : Lisa H Gregory Ph D
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Using a computer system to gain unauthorized access to a computer system or network. "Hacking is not necessarily bad. Hacking is having that bug in you that says I have got to figure this out", said the Director of Information Security at Advantage Technology. And since computers and the internet are now a major part of our society, understanding hacking and protecting your information is more important than ever. Thanks to Hollywood and the mainstream media, hackers are stereotypical nerds. They are viewed as extremely smart, socially awkward basement dwellers, and on top of that, they are seen as criminals. It is believed that a hacker can take control of anything, ranging from someone's mobile device to national security servers. Hacking as we think of it today goes back to the early days of telecommunications when calls were first being handled by computer systems and the industry was moving away for human operators. The computers that made phone connections generated specific tones over the lines in order to communicate with one another. Early hackers would study these sounds and learn to manipulate the computers by replicating the tones, a technique that became known as "phreaking." One of the best known "phreaks" was John Draper who discovered a whistle that came in Cap'n Crunch cereal that combined just the right pitch and frequency to stop a phone recording and put the caller in operator mode, allowing him to make unlimited calls. And just like everyday life, there are good guys and bad guys. Criminal hackers, known as "black hat" hackers, will look for vulnerabilities in a computer system and use it to their advantage, for example, to block access to users, download information, or to deliver a malicious software. However, not all hackers are cyber criminals out to get you. In fact, there is a whole profession built around good or ethical hacking called "penetration testing" which is the practice of testing a computer systems, network or application to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. These ethical hackers are known as "white hat" hackers. The white hats are considered the ethical hackers, using their skills to protect companies from a criminal attack. They often work with security researchers by testing an organization's system for vulnerabilities. On the opposite end, black hats are what give the word hacker a negative connotation. They aim to exploit companies or individual devices for illegal gain. There is also a group known as "gray hat" hackers, they are not malicious, but they might still operate outside the law. An example of a gray hat hacker might be a "hacktivist" that is engaged in political activism that they feel in just, even when they are breaking the law. Another type of hacker is the "script a kiddie," which is an unskilled person who uses existing computer code, which they had no involvement in producing, to hack into computers. Script kiddies demonstrate that a person doesn't even have to create their own code in order to hack. The main target for cyber criminals is typically an organization's servers. This is where most data is stored, and it is a jackpot full of sensitive data. Once inside, hackers can have a devastating effect on a company from releasing private correspondence to stealing trade secrets. Everyone is venerable to hacking because everyone has connected devices today. We've come a long way from when it was only phone systems that were controlled by computers and cereal box prizes could get free long distant calls. Today a script kiddie can take the code that a Russian hacker developed and deploy a ransom ware attack. It's not just big corporations that need to worry about hacking anymore, and that's why it's important to engage Advantage Technology to assess your information security risks today.

Hack Attacks Revealed

Author : John Chirillo
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The #1 menace for computer systems worldwide, network hacking can result in mysterious server crashes, data loss, and other problems that are not only costly to fix but difficult to recognize. Author John Chirillo knows how these can be prevented, and in this book he brings to the table the perspective of someone who has been invited to break into the networks of many Fortune 1000 companies in order to evaluate their security policies and conduct security audits. He gets inside every detail of the hacker's world, including how hackers exploit security holes in private and public networks and how network hacking tools work. As a huge value-add, the author is including the first release of a powerful software hack attack tool that can be configured to meet individual customer needs.


Author : Donna Brazile
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER "Explosive... A blistering tell-all."---Washington Post "People should sit up, take notes and change things."---Ace Smith, Los Angeles Times "Brazile most certainly has a story to tell.... Vivid."---The Guardian From Donna Brazile, former DNC chair and legendary political operative, an explosive and revealing new look at the 2016 election: the first insider account of the Russian hacking of the DNC and the missteps by the Clinton campaign and Obama administration that enabled a Trump victory. In the fallout of the Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee--and as chaos threatened to consume the party's convention--Democrats turned to a familiar figure to right the ship: Donna Brazile. Known to millions from her frequent TV appearances, she was no stranger to high stakes and dirty opponents, and the longtime Democratic strategist had a reputation in Washington as a one-stop shop for fixing sticky problems. What Brazile found at the DNC was unlike anything she had experienced before--and much worse than is commonly known. The party was beset by infighting, scandal, and hubris, while reeling from a brazen and wholly unprecedented attempt by a foreign power to influence the presidential election. Plus, its candidate, Hillary Clinton, faced an opponent who broke every rule in the political playbook. Packed with never-before-reported revelations about what went down in 2016, Hacks is equal parts campaign thriller, memoir, and roadmap for the future. With Democrats now in the wilderness after this historic defeat, Hacks argues that staying silent about what went wrong helps no one. Only by laying bare the missteps, miscalculations, and crimes of 2016, Brazile contends, will Americans be able to salvage their democracy.

Industry of Anonymity

Author : Jonathan Lusthaus
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Jonathan Lusthaus lifts the veil on cybercriminals in the most extensive account yet of the lives they lead and the vast international industry they have created. Having traveled to hotspots around the world to meet with hundreds of law enforcement agents, security gurus, hackers, and criminals, he charts how this industry based on anonymity works.

Hacker States

Author : Luca Follis
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How hackers and hacking moved from being a target of the state to a key resource for the expression and deployment of state power. In this book, Luca Follis and Adam Fish examine the entanglements between hackers and the state, showing how hackers and hacking moved from being a target of state law enforcement to a key resource for the expression and deployment of state power. Follis and Fish trace government efforts to control the power of the internet; the prosecution of hackers and leakers (including such well-known cases as Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden, and Anonymous); and the eventual rehabilitation of hackers who undertake “ethical hacking” for the state. Analyzing the evolution of the state's relationship to hacking, they argue that state-sponsored hacking ultimately corrodes the rule of law and offers unchecked advantage to those in power, clearing the way for more authoritarian rule. Follis and Fish draw on a range of methodologies and disciplines, including ethnographic and digital archive methods from fields as diverse as anthropology, STS, and criminology. They propose a novel “boundary work” theoretical framework to articulate the relational approach to understanding state and hacker interactions advanced by the book. In the context of Russian bot armies, the rise of fake news, and algorithmic opacity, they describe the political impact of leaks and hacks, hacker partnerships with journalists in pursuit of transparency and accountability, the increasingly prominent use of extradition in hacking-related cases, and the privatization of hackers for hire.

Malicious Bots

Author : Ken Dunham
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Originally designed as neutral entities, computerized bots are increasingly being used maliciously by online criminals in mass spamming events, fraud, extortion, identity theft, and software theft. Malicious Bots: An Inside Look into the Cyber-Criminal Underground of the Internet explores the rise of dangerous bots and exposes the nefarious methods of “botmasters”. This valuable resource assists information security managers in understanding the scope, sophistication, and criminal uses of bots. With sufficient technical detail to empower IT professionals, this volume provides in-depth coverage of the top bot attacks against financial and government networks over the last several years. The book presents exclusive details of the operation of the notorious Thr34t Krew, one of the most malicious bot herder groups in recent history. Largely unidentified by anti-virus companies, their bots spread globally for months, launching massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and warez (stolen software distributions). For the first time, this story is publicly revealed, showing how the botherders got arrested, along with details on other bots in the world today. Unique descriptions of the criminal marketplace – how criminals make money off of your computer – are also a focus of this exclusive book! With unprecedented detail, the book goes on to explain step-by-step how a hacker launches a botnet attack, providing specifics that only those entrenched in the cyber-crime investigation world could possibly offer. Authors Ken Dunham and Jim Melnick serve on the front line of critical cyber-attacks and countermeasures as experts in the deployment of geopolitical and technical bots. Their work involves advising upper-level government officials and executives who control some of the largest networks in the world. By examining the methods of Internet predators, information security managers will be better able to proactively protect their own networks from such attacks.

Hacking Vim 7 2

Author : Kim Schulz
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Ready-to-use hacks with solutions for common situations encountered by users of the Vim editor.

The Darkening Web

Author : Alexander Klimburg
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“A prescient and important book. . . . Fascinating.”—The New York Review of Books No single invention of the last half century has changed the way we live now as much as the Internet. Alexander Klimburg was a member of the generation for whom it was a utopian ideal turned reality: a place where ideas, information, and knowledge could be shared and new freedoms found and enjoyed. Two decades later, the future isn’t so bright any more: increasingly, the Internet is used as a weapon and a means of domination by states eager to exploit or curtail global connectivity in order to further their national interests. Klimburg is a leading voice in the conversation on the implications of this dangerous shift, and in The Darkening Web, he explains why we underestimate the consequences of states’ ambitions to project power in cyberspace at our peril: Not only have hacking and cyber operations fundamentally changed the nature of political conflict—ensnaring states in a struggle to maintain a precarious peace that could rapidly collapse into all-out war—but the rise of covert influencing and information warfare has enabled these same global powers to create and disseminate their own distorted versions of reality in which anything is possible. At stake are not only our personal data or the electrical grid, but the Internet as we know it today—and with it the very existence of open and democratic societies. Blending anecdote with argument, Klimburg brings us face-to-face with the range of threats the struggle for cyberspace presents, from an apocalyptic scenario of debilitated civilian infrastructure to a 1984-like erosion of privacy and freedom of expression. Focusing on different approaches to cyber-conflict in the US, Russia and China, he reveals the extent to which the battle for control of the Internet is as complex and perilous as the one surrounding nuclear weapons during the Cold War—and quite possibly as dangerous for humanity as a whole. Authoritative, thought-provoking, and compellingly argued, The Darkening Web makes clear that the debate about the different aspirations for cyberspace is nothing short of a war over our global values.

ECCWS2016 Proceedings fo the 15th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security

Author : Robert Koch
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These proceedings represent the work of researchers participating in the 15th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (ECCWS 2016) which is being hosted this year by the Universitat der Bundeswehr, Munich, Germany on the 7-8 July 2016. ECCWS is a recognised event on the International research conferences calendar and provides a valuable plat-form for individuals to present their research findings, display their work in progress and discuss conceptual and empirical advances in the area of Cyberwar and Cyber Security. It provides an important opportunity for researchers and managers to come together with peers to share their experiences of using the varied and ex-panding range of Cyberwar and Cyber Security research available to them. With an initial submission of 110 abstracts, after the double blind, peer review process there are 37 Academic research papers and 11 PhD research papers, 1 Master's research paper, 2 Work In Progress papers and 2 non-academic papers published in these Conference Proceedings. These papers come from many different coun-tries including Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Kenya, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, UK and USA. This is not only highlighting the international character of the conference, but is also promising very interesting discussions based on the broad treasure trove of experience of our community and partici-pants."

Cybercrime Security

Author : Alan E. Brill
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