The third edition of “Nmap: Network Exploration and Security Auditing Cookbook is out today. Most of the things I’ve learned about Nmap in past years are scattered throughout the book. Shares and Amazon reviews are super appreciated 🙂
After many months of hard work, Practical IoT Hacking is available now through NoStarch’s Early Access program and print copies are scheduled to be released at the beginning of 2021!
I must say that this was a very interesting project with an awesome multidisciplinary team that contributed to make this book a very solid read for anyone wanting to understand concepts and techniques for IoT security.
Finally, I just want to thank everyone. I really hope you all like what we decided to put on this book and please do spread the word among your friends. It really helps 🙂
Official website: https://nostarch.com/practical-iot-hacking
Last week I found out that my first book ‘Nmap 6:Network Exploration and Security Auditing Cookbook‘ is being used by the university class ‘NCS:490 Penetration Testing’ over at SUNYIT: I thought this was pretty cool so I decided to compile a list of reviews and share it with you all. Besides the usual review websites such as Goodreads (4.83 avg) and Amazon (5 stars), here is a list of reviews I found online: