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Book Review: Exploiting Software: How to Break Code


This book lists for about $50...
"Exploiting Software" is a very exciting book, full of nitty-gritty details you need to be familiar with in order to understand how attackers find software holes and build exploits. These details are really valuable if you want a deep understanding of the concepts and practices behind system security.

As regards the audience profile, this book is not for newbies, neither for wannabe hackers or script-kiddies.
 read more | score:3480 | -Ray, July 23, 2004
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