Hacking. An art, curse, piece of knowledge, illegality, business or an insatiable thirst for power and money? How can a word represent all that and much more? How can a notion become so synonymous to politics and power that they both are afraid of it? All these questions and their responses are inductive enough to have a great number of young people caught up every year in trying to learn the intricacies of the trade and become hackers. Some of them attempt to enter this world attempting to do everything on their own without telling anyone or asking anyone’s advice or guidance. In 99.99% of the cases they either give it up after a few failed attempts, or they do something incredibly wrong that secures for them a place in jail. It is not a recommended option to try something as extreme as hacking without first acquiring some insights about it. This is the purpose behind “Hacking for Beginners: 48 things every hacker must know about how to hack”. To present an informative and educational list of the various issues involved at the beginning of someone’s journey into the world of hacking. However, the most important issue addressed is knowledge. Out of all the above, hacking is all about and requires a lot of knowledge. And it is a most important issue to learn where to look for, how to acquire and what to do with it. Because in the end, a hacker that does what he or she does for the sake of knowledge, is worthy of respect and recognition.
Here is what you will learn after reading this book:
- The background
- Self Protection
- First Steps
- Cracking Password
- Things to keep in mind
- The database of Hacking resources