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New Version of Hacking for Dummies

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Post Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:55 pm

New Version of Hacking for Dummies

Version 3 is out now, I'm curious if anyone else has read it yet. I just got my copy today, but haven't have had time to make it past the table of contents. I've read version 2 via Safari Books, but got 3 to have a physical book on my shelf.

I was a little surprised to see NetWare still in the table of contents.

I'm wondering what other surprises await.
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Post Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:23 pm

Re: New Version of Hacking for Dummies

Just added Hacking for Dummies to the EH-Net Amazon Store.

Who's interested in reviewing this?

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Post Fri Jan 22, 2010 10:23 am

Re: New Version of Hacking for Dummies

I'd offer, but I'm a slow reader (between 200 and 300 words a minute, back to pre-speed reading course levels) and have a lot of time constraints right now.

*Edit*

Actually, I really would like to review the book. But it'll probably take me 2 weeks to get through it if that's okay.

*end edit*
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Post Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:50 pm

Re: New Version of Hacking for Dummies

By the way,

Is it someone that succeeded any course of rapid reading?
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Post Mon Feb 08, 2010 4:56 pm

Re: New Version of Hacking for Dummies

One thing I have to say about the book after just over 3 weeks is that I'm surprised it isn't holding up better.

I have several books I have to carry around for work right now (mostly reference guides), so I carry them all in the same box (printer paper style box). All 4 of the outer corners (furthest from the spine) have separated and I've taken to gluing them back down. I noticed the first one yesterday. I've spotted the other three corners today doing the same thing.

I know I'm rough on things but the 2 note books, 2 Cisco books, Sec + book, Hacking the Next Generation, magazines, and shell scripting book aren't having any issues.
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