I liked Part 2: System Hacking the best because it is the most relevant to my position. My least I would say is part of Part 4: Software hacking, Hacking code specifically. Coding bores me and I think it just becomes mundane. Not to knock anyone, it is just not my cup of tea. The first couple of pages before the book starts hooks you immediately. It starts out with Google hacking and that information alone would make your jaw drop! 😮
Gosh. I’m 60 pages into this book, and I must say this book is boring. I guess I got spoiled by Ed in Counter Hack Reloaded, but this book is dry, and not organized very well. I don’t think I can read this book.
Are there some good chapters in this book I should respect and read?