Hacking For Kids

Author:   Bryson Payne
Publisher:   No Starch Press,US
ISBN:  

9781718500006


Pages:   250
Publication Date:   24 March 2020
Format:   Paperback
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Hacking for Kids is for the beginner who wants to start exploring ethical hacking in this virtual hacking laboratory. Ethical hacking is the art of evaluating the security of computer systems, networks, or system infrastructure to find holes or vulnerabilities and to determine whether unauthorized access or other malicious activities are possible. The book begins with an introduction to ethical hacking concepts and then demonstrates hands-on the steps necessary to execute specific attacks. Early attacks covered in the book are simple and engaging; designed to give readers the skills necessary to tackle more advanced exploits. The book's emphasis on ethical or white hat hacking demonstrates the importance of balancing security against convenience; in other words, sometimes it can be hard to stay safe on a computer. Readers learn how to avoid phishing, viruses, and ransomware as well as how attackers steal passwords on saved websites or gain access to a computer and its files without a username or password.

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Author:   Bryson Payne
Publisher:   No Starch Press,US
Imprint:   No Starch Press,US
Weight:   0.368kg
ISBN:  

9781718500006


ISBN 10:   1718500009
Pages:   250
Publication Date:   24 March 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Not yet available   Availability explained
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Bryson Payne is a professor of computer science at the University of North Georgia, where he has taught for more than 17 years. He previously taught middle-school math and programming and continues to work extensively with K-12 schools to promote technology education. He is the author of the best selling Teach Your Kids to Code and Learn Java the Easy Way, both from No Starch Press.

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