• Hacking: 3 Books in 1: A Beginners Guide for Hackers

  • How to Hack Websites, Smartphones, Wireless Networks + Linux Basic for Hackers (Command Line and All the Essentials) + Hacking with Kali Linux
  • By: Julian James McKinnon
  • Narrated by: Ivan Busenius
  • Length: 10 hrs and 4 mins
  • 3.2 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Hacking: 3 Books in 1: A Beginners Guide for Hackers

By: Julian James McKinnon
Narrated by: Ivan Busenius
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Publisher's Summary

Hacking: three books in one

Would you like to learn more about the world of hacking and Linux?

Yes? Then you are in the right place….

Included in this book collection are:

  • Hacking for Beginners: A Step by Step Guide to Learn How to Hack Websites, Smartphones, Wireless Networks, Work with Social Engineering, Complete a Penetration Test, and Keep Your Computer Safe
  • Linux for Beginners: A Step-by-Step Guide to Learn Architecture, Installation, Configuration, Basic Functions, Command Line and All the Essentials of Linux, Including Manipulating and Editing Files
  • Hacking with Kali Linux: A Step by Step Guide with Tips and Tricks to Help You Become an Expert Hacker, to Create Your Key Logger, to Create a Man in the Middle Attack and Map Out Your Own Attacks

Hacking is a term most of us shudder away from. We assume that it is only for those who have lots of programming skills and loose morals and that it is too hard for us to learn how to use it.

But what if you could work with hacking like a good thing, as a way to protect your own personal information and even the information of many customers for a large business?

This guidebook is going to spend some time taking a look at the world of hacking, and some of the great techniques that come with this type of process as well.

Whether you are an unethical or ethical hacker, you will use a lot of the same techniques, and this guidebook is going to explore them in more detail along the way, turning you from a novice to a professional in no time.

Are you ready to learn more about hacking and what you are able to do with this tool?

Then click the "Buy" button and enjoy the audio!

©2020 Julian James McKinnon (P)2020 Julian James McKinnon

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Terrible

I hate leaving bad reviews, but I have no choice here. This is poorly written and edited, if it was edited at all. It doesn't flow well. Phrases such as "as well" are overused to the point of being annoying. The narrator was obviously not fluent in the subject matter. For example, when talking about the digital nature of computers, the book refers to information being stored as "0s and 1s." I would expect this to be pronounced "zeros and ones," but the narrator says "Oh S and one S." Finally some of the information is just plain wrong, such as statements that Linux cannot get viruses. I tried to hang in there, but I feel like I will be dumber by the end of I listen to the whole thing. Audible, can I have my credit back please?