No Tech Hacking Pdf
About the book:
No Tech Hacking book
Author: Johnny Long, Jack Wiles, Scott Pinzon & Kevin D. Mitnick
Publisher: Syngress; 1 edition
Publish date: February 21, 2008
Pages: 384 eBook pages can be different
Genres: Hacking and Security
No Tech Hacking again proves that the fewer the number of authors, the better the book. With security star Johnny Long as the leading author, the book adds a section in chapter five (Social Engineering) by Techno Security manager Jack Wiles. The “exceptional contributors” undoubtedly worked with Johnny to retort his questions, but it’s evident that counting upon the main author lead to a better-than-average Syngress title. (Harlan Carvey’s Windows Forensic Analysis is another instance of this phenomenon.)
I liked NTH. The book makes a decent confidant to titles like The Art of Deception and The Art of Intrusion by Kevin Mitnick, and The Art of the Steal by Frank Abagnale. (Mitnick wrote the preface for NTH.) Johnny Long is a prodigious writer who knows how to tell a story in a compelling way. I agree with some of the censure levied by some critics about the badge story. If you aren’t supposed to display a badge outside (true), and you aren’t supposed to display it inside (false), where do you display it? Possibly Johnny intended a badge-wearing worker should have noticed someone taking pictures of her badge?
Here are my 2 reasons to criticize about this book. First, I was very dissatisfied to see 73 pages of Google Hacking republished as chapter six of NTH. The 283 page NTH would have been 210 excluding chapter six, and certainly would not have be worthy of the price on the back cover. This republishing trend is another Syngress problem. Second, this book should have been published in color. Most of the book shows pictures or screen shots taken by the author while conducting penetration tests. The impression would have been much better in color. Consider keeping the same price but taking out chapter six and publishing in color next time. If Syngress has anything like a brilliant author, it’s Johnny Long. People attending his No Tech Hacking conferences would grab a color version up without giving it a 2nd thought. If you need a good example of a modern color security book, look into Security Data Visualization by Greg Conti, published by No Starch.
Overall, anyone who has some martial experience in OPSEC (operational security) will make out most of the weaknesses and revelations identified in NTH. If you need a way to demonstrate your employees how to resist No Tech Hacking, this book is a great teaching tool.
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