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In today's digital landscape, cybersecurity is more critical than ever. "Black and White Hat Hacking" provides you with a deep understanding of both offensive and defensive hacking techniques, allowing you to protect valuable digital assets. Authored by esteemed expert Kris Hermans, this definitive guide covers the diverse aspects of ethical hacking, from reconnaissance and vulnerability assessment to exploitation and post-exploitation techniques.

With "Black and White Hat Hacking" as your guide, you'll gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence to master the art of ethical hacking. Whether you're starting your journey in cybersecurity or seeking to expand your expertise, this comprehensive guide will empower you to become a skilled ethical hacker. Pre-order your copy today and embark on the path to mastering ethical hacking.

Mastering Black and White Hat hacking

  • 1.Introduction
    1.1.Defining Hacking
    1.2.Ethical Boundaries in Hacking
    1.3.Overview of White Hat and Black Hat Hacking

    2.Understanding the Hacker's Mindset
    2.1.Why Hack?
    2.2.The Hacker's Approach
    2.3.Common Hacker Tactics

    3.White Hat Hacking Basics
    3.1.Role and Importance of White Hat Hackers
    3.2.Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking
    3.3.Setting Up a Lab for Practice

    4.Understanding Systems and Networks
    4.1.Computer and Network Architecture Basics
    4.2.Internet Protocols
    4.3.Servers, Clients, and Peer-to-Peer

    5.Exploring Vulnerabilities
    5.1.Web Application Vulnerabilities
    5.2.Network Vulnerabilities
    5.3.Operating System Vulnerabilities

    6.Black Hat Hacking: A View from the Dark Side
    6.1.Black Hat Hacking: Techniques and Tactics
    6.2.Malware and Its Uses
    6.3.Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Laws

    7.Tools of the Trade
    7.1.Essential Hacking Tools and Software
    7.2.Scripting and Programming for Hackers
    7.3.Automation in Hacking

    8.Defensive Measures and Counter-Hacking
    8.1.Principles of Cybersecurity
    8.2.Designing Secure Systems
    8.3.Incident Response and Recovery

    9.Professional Ethics in Hacking
    9.1.Code of Conduct for White Hat Hackers
    9.2.Reporting and Responsible Disclosure
    9.3.The Consequences of Black Hat Hacking

    10.Building a Career in Ethical Hacking
    10.1.Essential Skills and Certifications
    10.2.Roles and Opportunities in the Field
    10.3.Networking and Continuous Learning

    11.Case Studies
    11.1.Famous Hacking Incidents: Lessons Learned
    11.2.Success Stories in Ethical Hacking
    11.3.The Future of Hacking

    12.1.The Continuing Evolution of Hacking
    12.2.Staying Ahead of the Curve
    12.3.Final Thoughts on Ethical Hacking

    13.About the author

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