If you want to avoid getting hacked, having your information spread and discover the world of ethical hacking then keep reading...
Two manuscripts in one book:
- Cybersecurity: An Essential Guide to Computer and Cyber Security for Beginners, Including Ethical Hacking, Risk Assessment, Social Engineering, Attack and Defense Strategies, and Cyberwarfare
- Ethical Hacking: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Using Penetration Testing to Audit and Improve the Cybersecurity of Computer Networks, Including Tips on Social Engineering
Do you create tons of accounts you will never again visit?
Do you get annoyed thinking up new passwords, so you just use the same one across all your accounts?
Does your password contain a sequence of numbers, such as "123456"?
Do you automatically click all links and download all email attachments coming from your friends?
This book will show you just how incredibly lucky you are that nobody's hacked you before.
With this handy little book as your starting point, you can finally go from a starry-eyed internet user to a paranoid cybersecurity geek.
With plenty of examples, this book will show you that the internet is not merely a way to watch cute cat videos; it's a battlefield, a military invention that was accidentally found to be capable of overpowering any threat economically, digitally and politically.
From the crudest forums to the most sophisticated online services, there is a war going on and, whether you want it or not, you're involved by the very fact you're here, so better arm yourself with knowledge.
In part 1 of this book, you will learn about:
- How the internet is held together with a pinky swear
- How hackers use raunchy photos to eke out private information
- Examples of preposterous social engineering attacks
- Equally preposterous defense from those attacks
- How people in charge don't even realize what hacking means
- How there's only one surefire way to protect against hacking
- Research on past, present, and future hacking methods
- Difference between good and bad hackers
- How to lower your exposure to hacking
- Why companies pester you to attach a phone number to an account
- Why social media is the most insecure way to spend your afternoon
- And much, much more
Some of the topics covered in part 2 of this book include:
- Fighting against companies
- Ethical Hacking Defined
- War on the internet
- Engineer's mind
- The Almighty EULA
- The danger of defaults
- John Deere
- YouTube ContentID
- Tracking users
- GEMA, the copyright police
- Sports channels
- Megaupload and Anonymous
- Julian Assange
- Penetration testing
- Jailbreaking Android/iPhone
- Shut up Cortana
- How an hacker could go about hacking your WiFi
- And much, much more
So if you want to learn more about Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking, scroll up and click "add to cart"