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This book is a fun read listen with story after story mostly about how people ve tricked into giving up passwords or dial up modem numbers. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Since his release from federal prison, inMitnick has turned his life around and established himself as one of the most sought-after computer security experts worldwide. I changed my AIM status to support you!
Material is aged and needs updating. A fascinating book on social engineering. Now a security consultant, he has spoken to audiences at conventions around the world, been on dozens of major national TV and radio shows, and even testified in front of Congress. This book definitely irritated me as I had not thought about the detailed level of attacks folks have gone through. How did the narrator detract from the book? With the help of many fascinating true stories of successful attacks on business and government, he illustrates just how susceptible even the most locked-down information systems are to a slick con artist impersonating an IRS agent.
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L’art De La Supercherie by Kevin D. Mitnick (5 star ratings)
Though I did feel bad sometimes for the conned people. Um bom livro sobre aquele hacking moleque, aquele hacking arte, que era muito praticado ekvin. English Choose a language for shopping. And it’s when you don’t think you can be fooled is when youmost likely to be. Rafael Gultom rated it it was amazing May 14, Having worked in IT for a while, I already knew a lot of this, especially how willing people are to just hand over their passwords and chuckle while they tell you not to break into their bank account because they use the same password for everything.
I returned it after 6 hours.
See 1 question about L’art De Superherie Supercherie…. DEC is simply stated as deck. Kevin Mitnick Lu par: The best parts of the book were the little story vignettes that demonstrated how a person can make a few seemingly innocent phone calls asking for tidbits of information that lead to the mother-load.
Rob Brammeld marked it as to-read Jun 14, Mar 27, Agus. Fine, more straightforward, if you’re in security it’s definitely worth reading otherwise I’d read Ghost In The Wires since they’re basically the same book.
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Now, in The Art of Deception, the world’s most notorious hacker gives new meaning to the old adage, “It takes a thief to catch a thief. Somebody in a k environment who is not technologically savvy but wants to learn how to nitnick potential liabilities caused by weaknesses in their security might find this book useful but anybody with more than a passing understanding of computers will most likely find this book more tedious than it is enlightening.
He explains each and every technical term so the book is mainly targeted towards Businessmen. Mitnick, who claims his career as a hacker was passed mifnick on manipulating people to gain information and access, shares stories of others who did the same. There are very few cases included here of people working in person; the simplest case involved a man studying a business to find out when the office staff left, and when the janitors arrived.
L’art De La Supercherie by Kevin D. Mitnick (3 star ratings)
The Art of Exploitation, 2nd Edition. Decent overview of social engineering, worth reading for an intro to the subject. The most insecure part of a computer system is the people using it, and these stories describe how that aspect can be exploited.
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Well, why not start with people first. It’s clear that Mitnick thinks very highly of himself and his accomplishments, occasionally remembering to point out that it’s really easy to defend against social engineering attacks but mostly painting social engineers as kevni Supermen who are just better than the common folk who merely work in offices; he also supecrherie to think he’s the first person to write a book about defending against these con men, judging by his two chapters of condescending policy recommendations.
Co-author William Simon is a bestselling co-author of numerous books, including iCon the biography of Steve Jobs and Kevin Mitnick’s previous two books. It really opened my eyes to the power of social engineering and made me see that I was not only prone to being a victim, but a perpertrator of such activity.
In this way, he shows where vulnerabilities are that are exploited. This is Mitnick’s account, complete with advice for how to protect yourself from similar attacks. Really opens your eyes to how easy it still is even in today’s technological world to hack into stuff you’d never assume you could.
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