Post Thu Oct 10, 2013 11:19 pm

[Article]-Book Review: The Basics of Web Hacking

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The Basics of Web Hacking: Tools and Techniques to Attack the Web
by Josh Pauli was recently released by Syngress Publishing in July of 2013. Dr. Pauli's resume includes several academic journals, but this appears to be his first published book. But, do not be dissuaded. As you might expect, this first work shows the love of an eager first-time author who has an obvious passion about the subject matter. Dr. Pauli gives a nod to other topical works in the area of web application penetration testing and offers gracious thanks to his influences in the security community.

In the introduction Dr. Pauli is quick to explain the niche that his contribution to the topic fills within the available body of knowledge. He states that the intent of this book is to provide the fundamentals of web hacking for people who have no previous knowledge of web hacking, and that this book might act as an introduction that prepares people to consume some of the more thorough and advanced books on the subject. Keep reading after the break to see if he succeeded.
CISSP, MCSE, CSTA, Security+ SME