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Hacking of Computer Networks - Full Course on Hacking of Computer Networks - cover

Hacking of Computer Networks - Full Course on Hacking of Computer Networks

Dr. Hidaia Mahmood Alassouli

Publisher: Dr. Hidaia Mahmood Alassouli

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Summary

The objective of the book is to summarize to the user with main topics in computer networking hacking.
The book consists of the following parts:

	Part 1: Lab Setup 
	Part2: Foot printing and Reconnaissance
	Part 3: Scanning Methodology
	Part 4: Enumeration
	Part 5:System Hacking
	Part 6: Trojans and Backdoors and Viruses
	Part 7: Sniffer and Phishing Hacking
	Part 8: Hacking Web Servers
	Part 9:Hacking Windows and Linux Systems
	Part 10: Wireless Hacking
	Part 11: Hacking Mobile Applications

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