Free computers and the internet Kindle books for 13 Aug 18

Hacking For Beginners: The Ultimate Guide To Becoming A Hacker

by Bob Bittex

Are you interested in hacking?
Always been curious about hacking but never did anything?
Simply browsing and looking for a new awesome computer-related hobby?

Then this book is for you!

This book will teach the basics and details of hacking as well as the different types of hacking. The book is targeted towards beginners who have never hacked before and are not familiar with any of the terms in hacking.

The book includes practical examples with pictures and exercises that can be done online.

I am Bob Bittex – ethical hacker, computer science teacher, security researcher and analyst and I would like to invite you to the world of hacking.
This book includes:

  • An introduction to hacking and hacking terms
  • Potential security threats to computer systems
  • What is a security threat
  • Skills required to become an ethical hacker
  • Programming languages for hacking
  • Other necessary skills for hackers
  • Hacking tools
  • Social engineering
  • Cryptography, cryptanalysis, cryptology
  • Password cracking techniques and tools
  • Worms, viruses and trojans
  • ARP poisoning
  • Wireshark – network and password sniffing
  • Hacking wi-fi (wireless) networks
  • Dos (Denial of Service) Attacks, ping of death, DDOS
  • Hacking a web server
  • Hacking websites
  • SQL injections
  • Hacking Linux OS
  • Most common web security vulnerabilities

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Higher Education in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

by Nancy W. Gleason

This open access collection examines how higher education responds to the demands of the automation economy and the fourth industrial revolution. Considering significant trends in how people are learning, coupled with the ways in which different higher education institutions and education stakeholders are implementing adaptations, it looks at new programs and technological advances that are changing how and why we teach and learn. The book addresses trends in liberal arts integration of STEM innovations, the changing role of libraries in the digital age, global trends in youth mobility, and the development of lifelong learning programs. This is coupled with case study assessments of the various ways China, Singapore, South Africa and Costa Rica are preparing their populations for significant shifts in labour market demands – shifts that are already underway. Offering examples of new frameworks in which collaboration between government, industry, and higher education institutions can prevent lagging behind in this fast changing environment, this book is a key read for anyone wanting to understand how the world should respond to the radical technological shifts underway on the frontline of higher education.

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