Real-World Web Hacking is a field guide to finding software bugs. Ethical hacker Peter Yaworski breaks down common types of bugs, then contextualises them with real bug bounty reports released by hackers on companies like Twitter, Facebook, Google, Uber, and Starbucks. As you read each report, you´ll gain deeper insight into how the vulnerabilities work and how you might find similar ones.
Safety for You and Your Family in a Disaster Without Breaking the Bank What if you could dramatically improve your chances of survival after a big disaster? Imagine ensuring your children and other family members are safe, even after the ´´big earthquake´´ or hurricane? Imagine how you´ll feel being the only one in the neighborhood with sufficient food and water? CERT (Civilian Emergency Response Team) trained and disaster recovery specialist Richard Lowe lays out how to make you, your family, and your friends for any disaster, large or small. Based upon specialized training, interviews with experts, and personal experience, Lowe answers the big question: What is the secret to improving the odds of survival even after a big disaster? In this book, you´ll learn: Why you can´t depend on the fire and police departments in a disaster, and what to do about it How research can keep you alive and your family and children safe during a disaster Do you really know what kinds of disasters can occur in your area, and how to find out How to create a disaster plan that actually works How to ensure your family and children understand what to do in a disaster How to let others know you and your family are safe How to prepare your home for emergencies What food, water, and other supplies are required How to prepare for outings and trips What to do when disaster strikes How to create a bug-out bag What to do when you are ordered to evacuate Buy this audiobook now to ensure you are ready for disaster and your family is safe before it strikes. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jessica McEvoy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/053040/bk_acx0_053040_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From the genre-defying icon Ben Folds comes a memoir that is as nuanced, witty, and relatable as his cult-classic songs. Ben Folds is a celebrated American singer-songwriter, beloved for songs such as ´´Brick,´´ ´´You Don´t Know Me,´´ ´´Rockin´ the Suburbs,´´ and ´´The Luckiest,´´ and is the former frontman of the alternative rock band Ben Folds Five. But Folds will be the first to tell you he´s an unconventional icon, more normcore than hardcore. Now, in his first book, Folds looks back at his life so far in a charming and wise chronicle of his artistic coming of age, infused with the wry observations of a natural storyteller. He opens up about finding his voice as a musician, becoming a rock antihero, and hauling a baby grand piano on and off stage for every performance. In the title chapter, ´´A Dream About Lightning Bugs,´´ Folds recalls his earliest childhood dream-and realizes how much it influenced his understanding of what it means to be an artist. In ´´Measure Twice, Cut Once´´ he learns to resist the urge to skip steps during the creative process. (´´There will be plenty of time for the limitations of the real world to impose themselves on your creation.´´) In ´´Hall Pass´´ he recounts his 1970s North Carolina working-class childhood and the race and class tensions that shaped his early songwriting, and in ´´Cheap Lessons´´ he returns to the painful life lessons he learned the hard way-but that luckily didn´t kill him. Folds also ruminates on music in the digital age, the absurdity of life on the road, and the challenges of sustaining a multidecade, multifaceted career in the music business. In his inimitable voice, both relatable and thought-provoking, Folds digs deep into the life experiences that shaped him, imparting hard-earned wisdom about both art and life. Collectively, these stories embody the message Folds has been singing about for years: Smile like you´ve got nothing to prove, because it hurts to grow up, and life flies by in seconds.
Esteemed Pennsylvania State University professor Robert C. Shaler continues his in-depth look at all aspects of crime scene investigation in part two of this compelling lecture series. Popularized in the media by highly rated police procedurals, crime scene investigation is an often misunderstood field of endeavor. Here, Professor Shaler breaks down the intricacies of how investigations are conducted in the real world, examining such aspects as bloodstain analysis, shooting scenes, and ´´forensic bugs”. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robert C. Shaler. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/005505/bk_reco_005505_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
You know how to write code that works, but what about code that´s well written and easy to understand? And robust and bug-free? If other programmers looked at your handiwork, would they be able to figure out the code´s logic and purpose? Exceptional programmers have more than just technical know-how; they adopt the right approach and attitude to development. Code Craft will help take your programming beyond writing correct code to writing great code, thus turning you into a true programming professional or enhancing your existing professional skills. With language-agnostic advice that´s relevant to all developers, Code Craft covers code-writing concerns such as presentation style, variable naming, error handling, and security. And it tackles broader, real-world programming issues like effective teamwork, development processes, and documentation. Each chapter ends with a Q&A section that reviews key concepts to get you thinking like an expert, making it an especially great reference fo
Do you live in the city? What have you done to protect you, your family, your parents, and your pets when the earthquake, flood, fire, hurricane, or other disaster suddenly destroys your world? What is emergency preparedness anyway? Do you have any emergency food or will your kids go hungry? What will you do when the power grid is gone and with it the light, heat, and water for your home? This emergency disaster preparedness guide can save your life. Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents goes far beyond the basic emergency preparedness handbooks and provides practical, real world advice and answers to questions such as: How do I heat and light my house? What food should I store? How do I protect my kid with a disability? How can I harden my home against burglars? Where is the ´´hidden water´´ in my house? What are the 37 essential food items that disappear? How can I mitigate damage to my home or business? What fuels are safe to use indoors unvented? What about service animals? What do I pack for my kids and my baby? What about senior survival and wheelchairs? What is isobutane and why do I need it? Is freeze-dried or dehydrated food more nutritional? What and where is the closest LDS cannery? Why may I NOT want to go to a FEMA shelter? How do I plan survival for my pets? What´s the secret to bug out bags? And much, much more... Urban Preppers is the emergency response preparedness guide for the rest of us who are not Bear Grylls survivalist but regular people from all walks of life and of every, age, gender, and socioeconomic level. We pay insurance premiums for cars, homes, and health. Why not include some disaster assurance protection, get some piece of mind, and pick up your copy of Urban Preppers today? Take some action now to 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bob Dunsworth. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/006793/bk_acx0_006793_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.