Re: Book Review - Hacking Exposed 4th Edition
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2003 09:47:05 -0700
I loved the 3rd edition of the book. I wanted to evaluate some firewalls and
it gave me insights into tools, vulnerabilities, and methods in a detailed
and readable form. It's a solid all-in-one-place way to get a foundation on
security and hacking.
"Elizabeth Poulsom" <Liz.Poulsom@btopenworld.com> wrote in message
> The linux one is also very good, also the win2000 is a good reference due
> its popularity.
> Kind Regards,
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